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Dwarf zebus have a large flap of skin under their neck and a hump on their withers. If food and water is scarce, they can live off the fat and muscle stored in their hump.
Melody Perrin; Steve & Gretchen Hill; The Gibbens Family; Carol & Ray Kalivoda; Tom & Margaret Saccamozzone; Don & Darlene Dick; Debbie Kacpura; The Gibbens Family; The Kalivoda Family; Brad & Nancy Madara; Tom & Margaret Saccamozzone
Deserts and forests in Southern Asia and India
Up to 42 inches tall
Grasses and grain
A single offspring is born after a 277-290 day gestation
Humans and wolves