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Synonyms for aurochs

European bison having a smaller and higher head than the North American bison

large recently extinct long-horned European wild ox

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Xtract is acquiring the Manica gold project from Auroch in a USD7.
As mentioned above they identified unique African cattle autosomal background, which may have originated from local auroch introgression.
But Stone Age people must have had a different view of Bessie's ancestors, the aurochs.
completion of the disposal of its interest in Auroch for a total amount
31in Length an auroch horn could reach, with a diameter of up to 8in 1.
The Dutch scientists are using DNA samples from auroch bones and teeth to figure out its exact genetic code.
You're welcome to come along and also handle some original bones of an auroch, bison and giant deer.
Auroch is earning into the Area of Interest via an unincorporated Joint Venture Agreement.
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The dozens of varieties of cattle raised today are all derived from the now-extinct auroch, which was used both for food and as a beast of burden from ancient times until the 17th century.
Animal prints will also feature in the museum's collections, left behind by roe deer, wolf and auroch - a now extinct type of large wild cattle.
Dangling from the bucket of his machine was the intact skull and horns of an auroch, which is a species of wild cattle that stood 6ft at the shoulder.
The auroch - which had been hunted to extinction throughout Europe by the early 1600s - had not been seen on British soil for more than 4000 years before farmer Derek Gow decided to bring them back.