The Watusi are very active, energetic animals. Its
large horns, which can reach up to 8 ft from tip to tip,
are used for defense and cooling by honeycombs
of blood vessels. During the day, the calves sleep
together, with an “auntie” cow nearby for protection.
At night, the herd sleep together, with the calves in
the center of the group for protection. The horns of
the adults serve as formidable weapons against any