The urial (Ovis orientalis vignei), also known as the arkars or shapo, is a
subspecies group of the wild sheep Ovis orientalis. Noticeable features are the ...
an upland wild sheep (Ovis vignei) of southern and central Asia which is reddish
brown and the males of which have a beard from the neck to the chest.
Urial (Ovis orientalis), medium-size, rather stout-bodied wild sheep, distributed
from northwest India and Ladakh to southwest Russia, Afghanistan, Pakistan,
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Ovis vignei cycloceros. Urial males have large horns, curling outwards from the
top of the head turning in to end somewhere behind the head, females have ...
Blanford Urial Ovis vignei blanfordi, Punjab Urial Ovis vignei punjabiensis.
Ladakh Urial Ovis vignei vignei, Red Sheep Ovis gmelini gmelini x. Ovis vignei
Urial definition, a wild, bearded sheep, Ovis vignei, of southern Asia, having a
reddish coat. See more.
The name Urial derives from the Punjabi language that means "Wild Sheep". The
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Taxonomic Notes: The Domestic Sheep and its wild ancestor the Urial are treated
here as separate species (following inter alia Shackleton 1997), called Ovis ...
The urial and the related mouflon are regarded as different subspecies groups of
Ovis orientalis, but in the past have been classified as separate species.