Bos taurus (ungulate)

Abundance: 0.21 to 82.01% (median 12.04%)

Latitudinal range: -34.7° to 43.5°

Habitats: (16), Mediterranean woodland (1), desert/xeric shrubland (1), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (6), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (6), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (5), tropical/subtropical savanna (5)

Biogeographic distribution: Palearctic, Central Asia, East Asia, Europe, Southwest Asia

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Found in 40 samples

Argentina: Acambuco

Australia: Kangaroo Valley (low cattle disturbance), Goonoo State Conservation Area (on-track, pre-baiting), Taunton National Park, Kurrajong (KP1)

Brazil: Una and Arataca (cabruca), Private Reserve of Natural Heritage Recanto das Antas, Catimbau National Park

Canada: Irving-Johnston

China: Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (camera traps), Tawendaliha, Xiariyamakebu, Hunchun National Reserve (winter), Hunchun National Reserve (summer)

Colombia: Parque Nacional Natural Farallones de Cali (forest)

Ecuador: Refugio de Vida Silvestre Marina y Costera Pacoche

India: Takalghat, Naikund, Girawad, Khirsara (layer 1), Khirsara (layer 2), Malvan (Period I), Malvan (Period II), Bharatpur and Jagannathprasad, Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary (good habitat area), Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary (poor habitat area)

Namibia: Waterberg Plateau Park (surrounding flatlands), Waterberg Escarpment

Niger: Garumele (context 1), Garumele (context 2)

Nigeria: Gajiganna A, Gajiganna B

Paraguay: Isla Alta

South Africa: Between George and Karatara

Spain: El Mirador Cave

Tunisia: Doukanet el Khoutifa

Turkey: Koycegiz Wildlife Development Reserve

United States: Davis Mountain Preserve, Blue Grass Army Depot

Zimbabwe: Ingwezi Game Management Project

See also Bos, Bos baikalensis, Bos frontalis, Bos gaurus, Bos grunniens, Bos javanicus, Bos mutus, Bos primigenius, Bos sauveli, Bos sp., Bos spp.