WATUSI INTERNATIONAL REGISTRY Becky Lundgren, 22484 W.
However, among African taurine cattle, the N'Dama and Ankole
(humpless longhorns) have been reported to be resistant to tick infestation (Mattioli et al.
In 2013, as part of a study of FMDV transmission between wildlife, especially African buffalo (Syncerus caffer), and domestic animals, 20 long-horned Ankole
cattle ([approximately equal to] 6 months of age) were introduced as sentinel animals into Nyakatonzi (Kasese District), in close proximity to the QENP.
Katushabe, Elizabeth (2014) "Reviving the Ankole
Longhorn of Uganda".
Watusi's are slender African natives bearing very large distinctive horns capable of cooling blood via air passing over the honey comb of blood vessels in the horns thus lowering the body temperatures.
Buganda, historically, within the last 100 years, has been one of four accepted kingdoms in Uganda, even by the British colonisers: the other three being Bunyoro, Toro and Ankole
Divided into twelve chapters, only the last seven shed light on his service in Teso and Ankole
districts, interrupted by "Long Leave" which was deemed necessary for the overall well-being of European expatriates serving in the tropics.
CUTE: A baby ankole
sticks close to its mum HAPPY: A mother camel looks after her young NEWBORNS: A mother and baby eland; and, top, a meerkat family
I observed this phenomenon during my working visits to a majority of Kilicafe's 137 primary cooperatives in Tanzania, Mwangaza coffee co-op, Giakanja coffee co-op in Kenya, Ankole
coffee producers' co-op and Gumutindo Coffee enterprise in Uganda and also farmer suppliers to Shenga and Nile Congo Mountain coffee in Rwanda.
Kenneth Kakuru, an independent lawyer who joined the attorney general's side to argue for the case of Ankole
traditional marriage, said that in Ankole
culture bride price is like a gift and should be allowed to continue because nobody has complained about it.
Visitors may also catch sight of a baby camel, young sitatunga antelope and blackbuck deer, and baby ankole
The Diocese of Oklahoma is now obliged to use other conduits for the funds that it had long channeled to ministries in the Diocese of West Ankole