The Abigar (aka Anuak) is a Nilotic Sanga in the border area between Ethiopia and South Sudan, but is found primarily in southwestern Ethiopia.
The Abigar is named after the Anuak tribe and is very similar to the Aliab Dinka.
The Nilotic Sanga cattle group (aka Southern Sudanese, Sudanese Longhorn) consists of five major populations – with each being kept by a different Nilotic tribe in southern Sudan and southwest Ethiopia.
The five identified populations are:
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