Herd of Yaks

Just down the road from yesterday's photo is where we usually see the buffalo, but this day we saw a herd of yaks. I know they have many uses in different parts of the world (milk, fiber, meat, beasts of burden, and their dung for fuel}, but I am not quite sure their use here. The males have large horns while the female's horns are smaller. I like them though. They are really pretty. Thanks so much for your views and comments on yesterday's photo!
How cool. Great capture
posted February 5th, 2018  
Interesting herd.

And the punch line is: Yes, I've heard of Yaks.
posted February 5th, 2018  
@byrdlip Lol! Made me smile!
posted February 5th, 2018  
Wonderful on the black background. The Yaks really stand out!! FAV
posted February 5th, 2018  
Wow! This is unexpected!
posted February 5th, 2018  
Lovely pohoto!
posted February 5th, 2018  
bep
Great picture!
posted February 5th, 2018  
I'm glad you were able to take a pic as I was intrigued with their mention yesterday. Are they native?
posted February 5th, 2018  
Great capture!
posted February 5th, 2018  
Didn't know there were herds of yak in that area - knew about the buffalo. Pretty neat find.
posted February 6th, 2018  
They certainly are magnificent beasts! Wonderful capture! :-)
posted February 6th, 2018  
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