Gobra

Synonyms: 
Senegalese Fulani, Senegal Zebu
Subgroup: 
Fulani
Special Characteristics: 
Long, lyre-shaped horns, which can occasionally be loose; well developed dewlap; coat colour is generally white, with some coloured spots and stripes; the hump is prominent particularly in the bull; the skin is thick and loose; it is considered to be a good beef breed to exploit the Sahelian pasture of west Africa (Epstein, 1971).
Main Location: 
Inhabits the west and north of Senegal, and across the Senegal river into the south of Mauritania, the area west of the Sudanese Fulani territory (Epstein, 1971).
Origin: 
The Gobra are classified as long-horned Fulani, and as such, their origin is similar to those the Red and White Fulani.
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