HimalayanTahr - Goat / Himalayan Tahr in his full winter glory, and golden mane flowing in the wind. Himalayan Tahr were transplanted to New Zealand in they have thrived in a habitat that is very similar to their native home in the Himalayan mountains.
The saiga antelope is a critically endangered antelope that originally inhabited a vast area of the Eurasian steppe zone. The saiga is recognizable by an extremely unusual, over-sized, flexible nose structure, the proboscis.
The Bhutan TakinIn Bhutan, Takin are found in bamboo forests at altitudes of to feet. When disturbed, the herd retreats into bamboo thickets and lies on the ground for camouflage. Also called cattle chamois or gnu goat, the Takin is a
"The Saiga.) On the verge of extinction: Commonly known as "Saiga, Mongolian Saiga" & "Saiga Antelope." Saiga tatarica, (Bovidae) is a very distinctive looking antelope; with a large, proboscis-like nose which hangs down over its mouth.
Golden takins are native to China and Bhutan, where they inhabit the Himalayan Mountain regions. They are very aggressive, big animals with few natural enemies, but are unfortunately still endangered. Their favourite foods are leaves, barks and herbs.
Racka Sheep is a unique breed with both ewes and rams possessing long spiral shaped horns.The breed comes from Hungary and is used for milk, wool and meat production. Mature males may have horns as long as two feet or more. The cork-screw.