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    Ankole-Watusis

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    • Jenni Ann

      Ankole-Watusi cattle in Uganda - a breed of cattle originally native to Africa; its large horns can reach up to 8 feet from tip to tip. I've seen these, they are freakin awesome!

    • Carol

      Ankole-Watusi Cattle - Uganda, a breed of cattle originally native to Africa; its large horns can reach up to 8 feet from tip to tip

    • Women In Rodeo

      Watusi Cattle, Uganda "Oh yes, Pinterest nuts, we DARE you to decorate these..."

    • Ingrid Beumkes-Zandbergen

      Ankole-Watusi cattle in Uganda - a breed of cattle originally native to Africa.

    • Jack Frost

      Ankole-Watusis (World Wildlife Fund - Protects exotic animals world wide)

    • Gonzalo Anderson

      Ankole-W #wild animals| http://furniture538.blogspot.com

    • Michelle Galeno

      Ankole-Watusi Cattle I remember these from the zoo

    • MRMKHS1

      Ankole-Watusi Cattle, Uganda.

    • William Egecrone

      Ankole-Watusis Long horn

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