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I'm not sure of the exact distribution of wild yaks (Bos mutus), however, the IUCN Red Data listing suggests there are very few in India, and then only a few individuals straying over from Tibet in bad winters.
The humps on these animals look a little too small to be pure bred wild yak. I suspect they may be hybrid yak/domestic cattle. This hybridisation has gone on for over 2,000 years and the hybrids are given the separate scientific name of Bos grunniens
However, I'm not sure how a hybrid which is incapable of breeding beyond a second generation could be given a scientific name.
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As I say though I really don't know a lot about yak distribution and if local people said they were wild yaks they may be.
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Cheers i didn't know about the different species name though agree that to give a hybrid a name like that is a little odd. I am almost sure they are domesticated.
For accuracy sake, if you are happy they were likely domesticated, stick up an ID of Bos grunniens and I'll agree to it.
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