Ankole-Watusis. Its large, distinctive horns, that can reach up to 8 feet (2.4 m) from tip to tip, are used for defense and cooling by blood vesseled honeycombs.[2] Ankole-Watusis weigh from 900 to 1,600 pounds (410 to 730 kg).(wiki)

Ankole-Watusi cattle in Uganda - a breed of cattle originally native to Africa; its large horns can reach up to 8 feet from tip to tip by Hercio Dias

Daniel Naudé: Sightings of the Sacred

Sightings of the Sacred

Group of Ankole cattle, Kiruhura district, Western Region, Uganda, 2012 Daniel Naude'

Ankole-Watusi cattle in Uganda - a breed of cattle originally native to Africa.

Ankole-Watusi cattle in Uganda - a breed of cattle originally native to Africa; its large horns can reach up to 8 feet from tip to tip by Hercio Dias

Ankole-Watusi Cattle

The Ankole-Watusi, also known as Ankole longhorn, is a breed of Sanga cattle…

Ankole-Watusi Cattle

The Ankole-Watusi, also known as Ankole longhorn, is a breed of Sanga cattle…

Ankole Watusi Cattle

Antlers & Horns - Ankole Watusi Cattle have horns that can span up to 8 feet.

Marina Cano

Watusi Cattle, by Marina Cano. An old african breed of cattle famous for its long horns. Would love to have a picture of this in my house someday!

ANKOLE-WATUSI - a breed of cattle originally native to Africa;  its large horns can reach up to 8 feet from tip to tip

The Ankole-Watusi cattle are a multipurpose breed of cattle. It is also known as Ankole Longhorn, and sometimes known as simply Ankole or Watusi. It is a landrace breed, a type of Sanga cattle and originally native to East Africa.

Ankole 5. Lake Mburo district, Nyabushozi, Western Region, Uganda, 2012

An Ankole in the Lake Mburo district of Uganda. Photo by Daniel Naude - curated by

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