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a domesticated ox native to asia and africa, having a large fleshy hump on its back and a dewlap (bos primigenius indicus).

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  • most cattle have unbranched horns consisting of a horny layer surrounding a bone extension of the skull; these horns, unlike those of deer, are not shed. some cattle are naturally hornless. western, or european, domestic cattle (bos taurus) are thought to be descended mainly from the aurochs, a large european wild ox domesticated during the stone age, extinct since 1627. a smaller species, the celtic shorthorn, was the most important domestic ox of the stone age and may also be involved in the ancestry of b. taurus. the zebu, or indian ox, b. indica, is the humped domestic species of asia and africa. several b. indica breeds have been developed in the united states into the brahman breed. the yak, b. grunniens, and other cattle species, wild and domestic, exist in asia. domestic cattle were first brought to the western hemisphere by columbus on his second voyage. factmonster.com

  • most cattle have unbranched horns consisting of a horny layer surrounding a bone extension of the skull; these horns, unlike those of deer, are not shed. some cattle are naturally hornless. western, or european, domestic cattle (bos taurus) are thought to be descended mainly from the aurochs, a large european wild ox domesticated during the stone age, extinct since 1627. a smaller species, the celtic shorthorn, was the most important domestic ox of the stone age and may also be involved in the ancestry of b. taurus. the zebu, or indian ox, b. indica, is the humped domestic species of asia and africa. several b. indica breeds have been developed in the united states into the brahman breed. the yak, b. grunniens, and other cattle species, wild and domestic, exist in asia. domestic cattle were first brought to the western hemisphere by columbus on his second voyage. infoplease.com

  • bulls in the sugar field. these bulls, powerful and well fed, are essential to the industry. they are supposed to be a crossbreed between the zebu and the longhorn. in the evenings they are turned loose in the cut-over fields and are allowed to munch the leftover stalks. near ponce, puerto rico 1938 jan. | 1 negative | rosskam, edwin, 1903-1985lc-usf34- 012358-e [p&p] lot 2345 (corresponding photographic print) | lc-usf34-012358-e (b&w film nitrate neg.) loc.gov