Tibetan wild yak mating hard

Tibetan wild yak mating hard


Domestic yaks are polygynous, which means that one male mates with more than one female during the breeding season. Yaks mate in the summer, typically between July and September, depending on the local environment. For the remainder of the year, many bulls wander in small bachelor groups away from the large herds, but, as the rut approaches, they become aggressive and regularly fight among each other to establish dominance. 

In addition to non-violent threat displays, bellowing, and scraping the ground with their horns, bull yaks also compete more directly, repeatedly charging at each other with heads lowered or sparring with their horns.  

Tibetan wild yak mating hard 

Tibetan wild yak mating hard 


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Tibetan wild yak mating hard 


Tibetan wild yak mating hard 

Tibetan wild yak mating hard 

Tibetan wild yak mating hard 

Tibetan wild yak mating hard 

Tibetan wild yak mating hard 

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