Ankole herd, Lake Mburo district, Nyabushozi, Western Region, Uganda, 2012 - by Daniel Naudé (1984), South African

Ankole herd, Lake Mburo district, Nyabushozi, Western Region, Uganda, 2012 - by Daniel Naudé (1984), South African

Fine Art Canvas "As Big as Texas" Western Home Decor - black and white photography - longhorn

Fine Art Canvas "As Big as Texas" Western Home Decor - black and white photography - longhorn

Incredible pencil sketch of an Nguni Bull by amazing South African artist Malcolm Bowling

Incredible pencil sketch of an Nguni Bull by amazing South African artist Malcolm Bowling

San Angelo State Park offers guided tours to get a close-up look at their large herd of official State of Texas longhorn cattle.

San Angelo State Park offers guided tours to get a close-up look at their large herd of official State of Texas longhorn cattle.

pictures of longhorn cattle | Dickinson Cattle Co. Inc.  Home  Texas Longhorn Celebrity Calendar ...

pictures of longhorn cattle | Dickinson Cattle Co. Inc. Home Texas Longhorn Celebrity Calendar ...

Gallery - Category: Nguni Collection | Ed Schroeder Photography

Gallery - Category: Nguni Collection | Ed Schroeder Photography

A Watusi cow in Cabarceno Wildlife Park, Spain.   This is a breed of cattle originally native to Africa. Its large, distinctive horns, that can reach up to 8 feet (2.4 m) from tip to tip, are used for defense. They weigh from 900 to 1,600 pounds (410 to 730 kg). Living in the savannas and open grasslands, their diet consists of grass and leaves. This species is sometimes known as Ankole. Watusis are able to utilize poor quality forage and limited quantities of food and water. These survival…

A Watusi cow in Cabarceno Wildlife Park, Spain. This is a breed of cattle originally native to Africa. Its large, distinctive horns, that can reach up to 8 feet (2.4 m) from tip to tip, are used for defense. They weigh from 900 to 1,600 pounds (410 to 730 kg). Living in the savannas and open grasslands, their diet consists of grass and leaves. This species is sometimes known as Ankole. Watusis are able to utilize poor quality forage and limited quantities of food and water. These survival…

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