This is a photo borrowed from Andrew to show what a dzho looks like.  Yes they really do exist.  This is his comment “This is a baby dzho. A cross between a cow and a yak, I think (I hope this qualifies for the Yaks! pool).

Namche is the sort of lowest altitude (3400m) that you see yaks in the Khumbu. Further down, it’s too warm!

Helen took this one.”


Dzho courtesy apurdam (Andrew) Flickr

Go to the above link for the best view.

Thank you Andrew and Helen

About Richard Stokes

Richard Stokes. Childhood spent in Milford-on-Sea. Now lives in Bridport (recent move). Educated in Art Schools - Winchester, Birmingham and Portsmouth. Worked as art administrator: Ikon Gallery, Birmingham; Midland Group, Nottingham; West Midlands Arts, Birmingham; Gateshead Garden Festival; Arts Council; Minories Art Gallery, Colchester; West Midland Arts. Also involved with the former Limpets Restaurant. Keen sailor.
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