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HUME ARGALI Hunting

Ovis ammon humei

Distribution: The northern boundary is the Naryn River of Kyrgyzstan and the southern boundary - the Ferganskiy Mountains.
Description: Humei, once considered a valid subspecies of Marco Polo Argali, was named for British naturalist A. O. Hume. It is similar to Marco Polo sheep in body size and coloration, but its horns are shorter, heavier, and have less flare.

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).

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