A Lot of Yaking Going On

LOL! I asked my husband for title suggestions and this is what I got! :)
Here is a close up of some of the yak herd. On the left is a female with shorter horns. The other two facing the camera are males with the larger horns. My husband and I did some reading on yaks after seeing them. They are originally from the Himalayas and Central Asia, Mongolia and Russia. There are the domesticated ones (over 12 million) which are very different from the wild yaks which they descended from (only about 15,000 in the wild). I have never seen white and black ones before, only black or brown. Some just watched me and others were really skiddish and ran away! I liked their big fluffy tails. I was excited to see them. Best on black. Thanks so much for viewing.
Nice close up!!
posted February 6th, 2018  
Yakety yak! Don't talk back!
posted February 6th, 2018  
Lovely shot
posted February 6th, 2018  
bep
Gorgeous shot!
posted February 6th, 2018  
bep
P.S. http://365project.org/gijsje/365/2017-08-29
Spotted in a garden of a farm in my neighbourhood.
posted February 6th, 2018  
@gijsje. Thanks for the link, bep! That is a great photo! Loved seeing them!
posted February 6th, 2018  
Tell hubby it is a cute title! The Yak's are close to cattle!
posted February 6th, 2018  
So glad you got a close up shot! They are truly amazing animals! Your husband came up with a very cute title! :-)
posted February 6th, 2018  
They are quite impressive beasts - love the title! Thanks for sharing the closer view.
posted February 6th, 2018  
Great info. Proof positive that it's not just females that yak. LOL
posted February 7th, 2018  
@kathiecb That's for sure!! :-)!
posted February 7th, 2018  
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