(most common name)
The Angola was a zebu (probably African) X Curraleiro cross developed in the 19th century in Brazil.
Angola coat colors included:
• black (unicolored)
• red (unicolored)
• brown (unicolored)
• dark red (colorsided)
• brown (colorsided)
• black (colorsided)
The Angola was found in a sub-region known as Sertão in northeastern Brazil and is now listed as extinct in the DAD-IS database.
(Portuguese) sertão = backwoods, outback, brush, hinterland
This page was last updated on: 2021-07-29
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