wild yak (scientific name: bos mutus or bos grunniens), belonging to the mammalian class, subclass eurytidae, cloven hoofs, ruminant suborder, bovine subfamily, is the qinghai-tibet plateau in china as the center, and adjacent to the alpine and sub-alpine areas of endemic rare cattle species, herbivorous ruminant livestock. yaks are mammals living at the highest elevation (except human beings) in the world, which can adapt to the high and cold climate. they are distributed over 3,000 meters above the altitude of the qinghai-tibet plateau in china. yak's tibetan language is called yako, the world is commonly known as "yak", that is, tibetan transliteration. yak calls like pig * *, so it is also called pig voice cattle. the western countries are also known as tibet cattle because they are mainly produced in tibetan areas of qinghai tibet plateau. yak tail is like horsetail, so it is also called horse tail cattle.
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