The Zebu is a class of cattle that is resident to the forests of South Asia and Zebu is the only cattle species that can simply adapt to existence in the warm tropics. Zebu is also recognizing as the bulged cattle as the zebu has a very unique hump on its upper back, situated at the back of the head and neck of zebu.
Today zebu can also be established in Africa, as the zebu was moved there from Asia several years ago. There are thought to be about 75 diverse species of zebu, with almost half zebu species establish in Africa and the other half of zebu species found in South Asia. Zebu has also been taken to South America from Africa, where zebu inhabitants are continuously growing.
The zebu is one of the fewest species of cattle in the world with grown zebus getting a height of just over a meter. Zebu is also about half the load of a distinctive cow as zebu is measured to have less meat. The little size of zebu is thought to be the cause why zebu is able to prosper in steamy climates, where other species of cattle do not fair so well.