Are there yaks in Zambia?
No, it is too hot for them. They live on the Tibetan Plateau and the Himalayan region of south Central Asia. Mongolia and into Russia
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A wild, shaggy-haired ox (Bos grunniens) of the mountains of central Asia. . A domesticated yak, used as a work animal or raised for meat and milk. Answer The yak is …a long-haired bovine found thoughout the Himalayan region of Central-Southern Asia. Although a member of the hoofed bovidae family, the yak is actually a unique species in itself, weighing 700-800 lb (315-360 kg). It differs from other bovines in several of its characteristics - for instance, its tail is similar to that of the horse but is less mobile, having long, thick/wavy hair. The wild yak are bigger and could weight to about 2,200lbs.
It's a landlocked country in southern Africa.
Zambia lies in the south of Africa. Zambia shares its borders witha lot of countries. It neighbors the Democratic Republic of theCongo to the north, Tanzania to the north-east…, Malawi to the east,Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Namibia to the south, andAngola to the west. Zambia has no coastal line.
In the Tibetan language, yak is pronounced as "yag"; although in that form, it usually applies to the yak bull - with dri the equivalent Tibetan term for the female yak. Other… languages follow this name closely. This use of the same name in numerous languages is considered unusual.
milk, meat, fibres and beast of burden
if the term is the bovine term, Germany does not have the habitat for the yak. If the term applies the aircraft, the yaks were made in russia.
Yaks live in the himalayans. Domesticated for centuries, the yak is still found living wild in some parts of its mountain range. With its long, shaggy coat, a yak can survive… temperatures as low as - 40"aC (40"af). It grazes on whatever plants are available, including mosses and lichens and can use snow as a source of water.
eat, sleep, reproduce and act as a beast of burden for man
Zambia has a lot to offer in the way of sightseeing. The largest attraction is in the south on the Zambezi River: The Victoria Falls. These spectacular falls are the widest in… the world and are over 100 feet tall. The first white man to see them was the missionary-explorer David Livingstone. Zambia also has many national parks and other natural attractions. In the south, there are Kafue NP and Lower Zambezi NP. In the northwest, there is Liuwa Plain NP. In the north and east there are Lake Tanganyika, Shiwa Ng'andu, North Luangwa NP, and South Luangwa NP. Lusaka is the largest urban center
The wild yak was once numerous and widespread on the entire Tibetan plateau north of the Himalayas. Currently it is found in remote areas of the Tibetan plateau and adjacent h…ighlands, including Gansu Province, China, with a few having been observed in the Chang Chenmo Valley of Ladakh (eastern Kashmir, India.
Yaks are called yaks because they are derived from the Tibetan word gyag which sounds like "yak" in the English language, and thus is a borrowed word for most languages for bo…th sexes of this bovine-related species. Yak in Tibetan is a word for the male of this species, whereas the female is known as a dri or nak.
As English is the official language your answer will be 'no'. However In Nyanja, also known as Chewa, 'Lyayi' use strongly, or 'ayi' is more polite
The yak are domesticated in Central Asia and there are still somestill living.
a Yak is a herbivore no,or at least I don't think it is
Yaks are bovines and eat grass and lichen..which is composed of fungus.
The animal, I assume you are thanking about, has been a sours of milk for the people living in North West china. There mead can also be rich sours of nutrias. And lets not for…get they can be as soft as a teddy bear.
Neither. Zambia is a separate country south of Congo.