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 Definition Wild long-haired bovine (Bos grunniens) found throughout the Himalayan region of south Central Asia, the Tibetan Plateau and as far north as Mongolia. [d] [e]

As taken from WP, perhaps an extreme example of WP disconnected style from multiple additions of individual sentencesDavidGoodman 00:19, 22 November 2006 (CST)

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Removed the following image templates:

  • Image:Yaks still provide the best way to plow fields in Tibet.jpg|200px|thumb|Yaks are used to plough fields in much of Asia.
  • Image:In Tibet, yaks are decorated and honored by the families they are part of.jpg|200px|thumb|In Tibet, yaks are decorated and honored by the families they are part of. Buddhism encourages respect for animals.
  • Image:Yak in India.JPG|200px|thumb|In Manali, a Himalayan region in India, Yaks are used for transport in the mountainous region.

Thomas SImmons 07:52, 17 March, 2007 (EPT)

  • image = Yak_Drawing_historic.jpg
  • Image:Yaks with loads.JPG|240px|thumb|Yaks were important caravan animals, replacing camels in mountainous country

Thomas SImmons 07:58, 17 March, 2007 (EPT)