10 Animals With the Biggest Horns in the World

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Originating from Uganda, Ankole-Watusis boast the largest horn spread among domestic cows, reaching up to 37.5 inches.

Ankole-Watusi Cattle

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Found in Europe's Alps, Alpine Ibexes sport impressive horns up to 39 inches long, vital for intra-species competition.

Alpine Ibex

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Despite endangerment, Addaxes wield horns up to 43 inches, reflecting their adaptation to the harsh Sahara Desert.

Addax

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Once extinct in the wild, these desert dwellers flaunt curved horns up to 47 inches, aiding in thermoregulation.

Scimitar Oryx

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North America's second-largest deer, Elk, flaunts antlers reaching 48 inches, crucial in mating season battles.

Elk

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Caribou, also known as reindeer, exhibit antlers up to 39 inches long, vital for both defense and courtship.

Caribou

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Markhors, the "screw horn goats" of Central Asia, wield horns reaching a staggering 63 inches, symbolizing their prowess.

Markhor

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With horns twisting up to 74 inches, Greater Kudus stand out among antelopes, thriving in Eastern and Southern Africa.

Greater Kudu

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Moose, the giants of the deer world, flaunt antlers up to 72 inches long, essential for asserting dominance.

Moose

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Possessing the longest horns globally, Asian Water Buffaloes showcase horns up to 10 feet long, symbolizing strength and resilience.

Asian Water Buffalo

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