Hunting trips on GOBI ARGALI
Ovis ammon darwini
Distribution: The Gobi Desert in southern Mongolia and northern China.
Description: Shoulder height 41-46 inches (104-117 cm). Weight 300 pounds (135 kg) or more. One of the largest argalis, with horns similar to those of an Altai argali, being nearly as massive but a little shorter. Upper parts are a variegated yellowish-brown; the flanks and front of thighs are a more uniform darker brown. The sides are buff, the rump patch light buff and diffuse, the tail with a brown center line, the belly whitish, and the muzzle, sides of face and upper throat a grizzled grayish-brown. This subspecies does not grow a neck ruff.
CITES: Appendix 2. Only an export permit is required. These species do not require an import permit (only in some countries that have adopted more strict rules)