Real Domestic Yak Skull
Yaks are large, sturdy, and shaggy-haired bovines native to the mountainous regions of Central Asia, particularly the Himalayas. They are well-adapted to the harsh environments of high altitudes, with their thick fur and large lungs that allow them to breathe in thin air. Yaks are multipurpose animals and are valued by local communities for their milk, meat, wool, and as pack animals for transporting goods across rugged terrain. They have played a vital role in the livelihoods of people in these regions for centuries and continue to be an essential part of the culture and economy in many mountainous areas.
- The back of the skull is damaged
- The horns are not removable
- Skull Length 70 cm (27.6 in.)
- Greatest Width 69.5 cm (27.4 in.)
- Skull Height 25.3 cm (10 in.)