yak do not live in farms the live out in the wild because once there done hybronating they live in the tiaga and once they live in the tiaga the will start to loose fur in the summer becuse it is to hot
The yak is found in some parts of Asia. There are two types of yak, the domestic and wild yak. The wild yak is much bigger than the domestic yak. The yak is a cold climate animal and travels in snow.
# A wild yak is like a bull and a cow mixed but is stronger than both
more than 20 years in captivity, less in the wild
They may live up to 20 years in the wild, more in captivity
The wild yak and the domesticated yak wich is smaller in size plus there is a hybrid of yak mix with cattle.
If you mean by consumer, what the Yak eats, then grasses, lichens, mosses
The large cattle breeds are almost the same size of a domesticated yak. The wild yak is bigger.
They are known to be vulnerable
no it is not endangered
Generally Wild. They can be domestic, if reared for milk.
The Wild Yak Patrol - 2008 TV was released on: USA: 1 January 2008
No. Yaks are wild cattle.
Yaks are social animals, domestic Yaks form larger populations than the wild Yak
yaks live mostly in yak housing projects
Wild Yaks are classed as vunerable
The Himalayan mountains.
both, but there are more domestic ones
Generally wild. They could be domestic, when reared as cattle for milk.
No. They live in parts of Asia.