Wild Oxen are medium to large-sized hollow-horned ungulates. Many of the species inhabit Asia, and there are also several inhabiting Europe, Africa and Northern America. Their body size and horn size and form varies greatly, as well as the length and thickness of their coat. For example, buffalos as a rule have thin coats and prefer marshland, while muskoxen live in the arctic conditions and their long fur almost touches the ground. However one thing remains constant — any wild ox is a great hunting game.