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BULL PICTURES | BUTTING HEADS

bull pictures and pictures of bull fighting - Musk oxen

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PICTURE OF ARCTIC BULL IN DIFFERENT SIZE AND FINISH OPTIONS

Bulls Pictures for Decoration

The customized black and white Arctic bull pictures in your home create an attractive look. The giant bulls symbolize power and strength that motivate you and your family. The arctic musk oxen fine art prints are available in different sizes and finishing options to fit that art in your space.

Story ofCaptuing Pictures of Bulls – The Arctic Giant.

The Arctic Musk Ox or arctic bull is a large herbivore weighing up to 800 pounds. They adapt to the Arctic with several layers of hair, and it’s signature horns are a deadly weapon. You can find herds in the Arctic region. To see one in the flesh is astonishing – it’s so remarkable what Mother Nature is capable of.

I had the privilege to capture these bull pictures first in Norway then in the Canadian arctic. Most importantly, I was mesmerized each time I came face to face with them. Their coat, a mix of black, grey, and brown, includes long guard hairs that almost reach the ground.

Natives living in the arctic region generally use musk ox wool or musk ox yarn due to the length, softness, and warmth. They also have a thick layer of horn on top of their forehead that works as a shield for the head, butting the mails do for dominance.

How Climate Change Affects the Life of Arctic Bulls

Taking these arctic bulls is inexorably linked to climate stress in the Arctic. They are not adapting very well to warm weather temperatures, and they are also feeling the brunt of CLIMATE CHANGE. Due to climate change, it’s been found that newborn musk ox has a smaller head size. Pregnant Musk Oxen are more vulnerable and risk starving due to climate change, leading to death or population decrease.

Muskox can push through the loose powdery snow aside with their snout and legs, but when rain falls on top of snow and then refreezes, it forms a hard layer of ice. Muskox cannot break through this ice, so they struggle to find food. Like many animals, they are forced to migrate northwards as warming temperatures force them to look for new habitats, too as they may soon exhaust their resources as they search for better land like grass in tundras or other nutrient-rich plants that would help sustain them across long migratory journeys as the need arises.

*A percentage of proceeds from Ejaz Khan Earth’s exhibits and sales goes to foundations that support the awareness and conservation of wildlife.

View Ejaz’s Wildlife directorial feature film vanishingknowledge.com

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