wild yaks, wild asses (kulans), antelopes (orongo and others), marmots, hares and partridges exist locally in large numbers.
In the spurs of the mountains there are rich pasturages, where goats, yaks, camels, sheep and cattle are reared.
Why is a species equipped with a rational consciousness rushing toward the cliff edge like a pack of mad yaks on smack?
It was here in 1974 that a yeti supposedly killed three yaks and attacked a Sherpa woman.
From this day we no longer had porters - we had yaks.
We watched them milk yaks for a bit before having a breakfast of unleavened bread, cheese and butter tea.
The main activities include potato and buckwheat cultivation, and raising yaks for wool, meat, manure and transport.
Messner also brought some yaks over from the Himalayas which now live on a small farm at the castle.
Tomorrow, we start our work week with a hike up the valley accompanied by 38 yaks and 14 yak drivers.
Alpine pastures on the high ranges of the snow-capped Great Himalayas are used for grazing yaks in the summer months.
We watched them milk Yaks for a bit before having a breakfast of unleavened bread, cheese and butter tea.
Bison, raccoons, kangaroos, sloths, lemurs, giraffes, black bears, camels, Bengal tigers, several monkey species, yaks, and elk are only a few of the mammals that call Wild Adventures home.
These tombs were filled with horses, dogs, cows, yaks and sheep.
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