Ovis vignei arkal
Distribution: Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan.
Description: A large, bright colored and handsome urial Adult rams have a white bib and a long white neck ruff. Upper parts are uniformly tawny-brown. Rumpa patch, mussel, belly and lower legs are white. There is a darker stripe separating the belly and upper body. The horns are rather long and homonymous, growing in a tight circle or forming an open spiral. The frontal horn surface is flat, with sharp angles and distinct radges, triangular in cross section.
CITES: Appendix II. Only an export permit is required. These species do not require an import permit (only in some countries that have adopted more strict rules).