The domestic yak (Bos grunniens) is a long-haired domesticated bovid found
throughout the Himalaya region of southern Central Asia, the Tibetan Plateau
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Habitat: The wild yak occurs (or has occurred) in treeless uplands, including
plains, hills, and mountains, from as low as 3200 m (10,500') ...
HABITAT: Yaks live in the grassy plains of the mountains, being one of the very
few animals that live at such a high altitude.
Habitat and Ecology: Wild Yaks live in the alpine tundra, grasslands, and cold
desert regions of the northern Tibetan ...
Yaks live throughout elevated regions of Central Asia and China. Parts of Nepal,
Mongolia and Russia also host populations. Elevations between 14000 and ...
Where wild yak have held on or increased in numbers, interactions and conflicts
with domestic pastoralists have increased, and habitat loss and increasing ...
Dec 16, 2014 ... Learn more about the yak at the Animal Facts. Here you can discover their
appearance, diet, habitat, lifespan, breeding, behaviour, status and ...
Nov 10, 2008 ... The yak is a herd animal found in the mountainous regions of central Asia. The
yak tend to gather in herds from 10 yaks to 100 yaks, most of ...
Yaks are able to withstand temperatures of -40 degrees. They've even been seen
... Wild yak are threatened by habitat loss and over-hunting by humans.