Argali

- The argali also known as the mountain sheep.
- The wild sheep that roams the highlands of Central Asia.
- It is the largest species of wild sheep.
- Argali stand 85 to 135 cm high at the shoulder.
- Measure 136 to 200 cm long from the head to the base of the tail.
- Organized athletics are traced back to the Ancient Olympic Games from 776 BC
- They predominantly eat cereals, sedges and forbs.
- Adult argalis eat 1619 kg (3542 lb) of food a day.
- Argali range from central Kazakhstan in the west to the Shansi Province in China in the east and from the Altai Mountains in the north to the Himalayas to the south.