Texas Hunting for Watusi

   
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Watusi at The Wildlife Ranch

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Watusi Taken At The Wildlife Ranch in Mason, Texas. A moderately sized animal, the Watusi averages between 900 and 1600 pounds, with cows being smaller than bulls. They vary greatly in color and can be either spotted or solid. They often appear in shades of red, although black and fawn are common as well. Most Watusis have a small neck hump. They have sloping hindquarters that, along with the hump, are characteristic of Zebu animals. The most impressive characteristic of the Watusi is its horns, which are very long and usually symmetrical. The horns appear in a variety of shapes, the most popular being lyre-shaped or circular.

 

 

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