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Wild Yak (bos mutus)

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Domestic Yak fighting





Mods: You should move this thread to the large herbivore page I think.
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Golden colour morph of wild yak, charging

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( This post was last modified: 01-08-2019, 11:25 AM by Jimmy )

(12-26-2018, 05:30 AM)Shadow Wrote: When that animal charges, only an elephant can feel safe Grin

wild yaks still being the biggest animal of it's realm are confident enough to confront anything it perceives as a challenge, nothing is apparently too big or strong for them, here is a link of a video i cannot post here- a wild yak charging a cargo truck.

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here is another very interesting video link -looks like a man on a bike makes his living herding domestic yaks for a better pasture but every now and then stumbles on a wild yak and another computer mix One -a biker finds himself on a hair's distance between him and a bull wild yak. I would like to ask @sanjay if you could decode and make these videos available here and also how, there are loads of remarkable Chinese sites with loads of rare infos and videos.

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a wild yak bull towering over a domestic yak cow

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Another documentary showing pallas cat hunting mountain pikas and Himalyan wolf chasing wild yaks and mortally injuring a calf at 5:00 link
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Book Wild Bovids of the World (Jose R Castelló)
Shoulder height of males 170-200 cm and females 137-156 cm
Weight of males 535-1000 kgs and females 300-350 kgs

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