In 1999, researchers from Texas A&M University successfully cloned a zebu!

It is the sacred mini-cow of the Indians.

It is found throughout southern Asia. It is a subspecies of the domestic cow with the main characteristic being a lumpy lump on the edge of the back.

Zebu reach sexual maturity at 44 months of age when their bodies can withstand the stress of pregnancy and lactation. Early breeding can stress their bodies and reduce their life expectancy.

It is very resistant to temperature extremes, humidity and diseases.