House Yak | Bos mutus f. grunniens
The house yak is a cattle species that is native to Central Asia. The name comes from the Tibetan language. There are endangered wild yaks and domesticated house yaks in the Himalayas, Mongolia and southern Siberia. The animals are the basis of life for the local population: milk, meat, leather, hair and wool are processed, and the feces used as fuel.In addition, yaks are used as livestock and mounts. The yak is the only type of cattle with a multi-layered coat. He has firm covering hair, coarser wool and fine undercoat. In spring, the yaks are brushed, and the fine undercoat spun into yarn for clothing.