NDakarou, a three year old Ladoum ram from the Haram Sagna flock that was breed by Pape Diop. He is the son of Minke, who at 120 cm was the tallest Ladoum in Senegal.

Ladoum sheep are a cross between Mauritanian touabir and Malian bali-bali. They're renowned for their size and appreciated for their beauty. As a highly prized status symbols and investments they can fetch as much as EUR 80,000. An annual 'beauty contest' for ladoum sheep is broadcast on Senegalese TV with sizeable prizes to be won.

Object Name
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Sylvain Cherkaoui/Panos Pictures
City
Thies
Country
Senegal
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High Resolution
5861 x 3900 pixels
49.62 x 33.02 cm (300 dpi)
19.54 x 13 inch (300 dpi)
11.0 MB size on disk
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