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Senegalese Fulani, Senegal Zebu
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).
The Gobra are classified as long-horned Fulani, and as such, their origin is similar to those the Red and White Fulani.