ID a bull for me

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  1. Fred_M

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    Today we went to a tourist trap called Exotic Animal Paradise and it was fun. We got a bag of feed and you get to drive like 9 1/2 miles through a zoo in the Ozark Woods and pay a toll to the deer and sheep who stand in the road begging for food. I got to feed a 1500 pound male Carribou from my hands. WOW. Anyway there was this bull with the biggest horns I ever seen. Anyone know what breed he is. He was with some longhorns and it was obvious he's not a longhorn. FRED

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    Feed the hungy Zebra. What fun and no walking required. :)

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    Had a nice chat with this freindly fellow.

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    This guy was a grumpy bird.

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  5. jon-monon

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    Dunno wha tbread he is Fred, but I suggest you make darned well sure he doesn't think you are a cow :D :D :D
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    Those are some amazing pix, Fred, I'm glad u made it back
    with all your fingers!!:D :D :D

    I've never seen anything like those horns!!! (well, maybe in
    Texas ...) :thumb: :thumb:

    Wut IS that thing ???
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    No idea what that bull is, but he must have awesome neck muscles to hold up that massive rack!! Great shots - looks like a fun day.

    :thumb: Val
  8. ezdays

    ezdays Out AZ way

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    If I had to guess, I'd say it was a black angus.
  9. Vic

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    Bull Identification

    That bull is known as a "Fulla".....you know....its "fulla bull":D :D :D :D :D
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  11. N Gauger

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    Re: Bull Identification

    :D :eek: :D :eek: :D :eek: No, That's jon m & Me!!!!! :D :eek: :D :eek: :D :eek:
  12. cidchase

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    Watusi is watuget.:eek:
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    N Gauger 1:20.3 Train Addict

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    ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Why did they name it after the dance? :D
  15. Fred_M

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    Is that the latin name? :confused:
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    You got it backward, the dance is what you do when that bull shoves one of them horns up your (edited by moderator). FRED
  17. N Gauger

    N Gauger 1:20.3 Train Addict

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    I googled it for ya :) :)

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  18. jon-monon

    jon-monon Active Member

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    Socitume socitume.


    Precisely why you wannna make darn well sure he knows you are not his cute little cow!

    BTW: Great pics, Fred, love the "nose in your face" perspective.
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    The Watusi (Dance to moderate tempo)

    Stance:
    Stand with your feet about 12 inches apart. Keep both knees bent at all times. Pretend you are going to take a golf swing.

    Hip Movement:
    On the count of one, shift weight to right foot, making right hip move out to the right.
    On the count of two, shift weight to left foot, making left hip move out to the left. Move from side to side with hips swinging right to left to a 1-2, 1-2 rhythm.

    Arm Movement:
    Hold arms out in front of you as if you were holding a golf club. Swing hands to your right, then down in a semicircular motion to your left, back to right, then to left, counting 1-2, 1-2.

    Putting Them Together:
    Now do the hand and hip movements simultaneously from right to left on a count of 1-2

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