She has long white hair tied together into two tails in the back. She has large animal ears and horns. She has unkempt bangs that cover one of her eyes. She's wearing a white summer dress with a yellow shirt underneath. She wears beige boots and gloves with black tips.
In Real Life
The Gannan Yak is a breed of Yak living in the high altitudes of the Tibetan Plateau. As opposed to other chattle, selective breeding isn't as advanced in the Domestic Yak, so most breeds don't have many specific traits yet. The breed is named after the Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture within the Gansu Province in China (highlighted) where the Yak is traditionally held and bred. They're quite large and fertile compared to other Yak. They're suitable for riding and as beasts of burden, as well as a source of meat and wool.
While the Gannan Yak is predominantly black, they can also be white-spotted on black, grey or yellow and white. They have well-developed muscles, a large skull, small ears usually horns but they may also be hornless. Their legs are short but strong. Males weigh around 350-550 kilograms and can be up to 130 centimeters high at the withers wiht females being quite a bit shorter and lighter. Both sexes have very long shaggy hair with a wooly undercoat to protect them against the cold in the high altitudes of Tibet. The hair usually hangs down like a skirt and can even reach the ground. They have more horse-like tails than cow-like tails.
Male Yaks typically live in bachelor herds for most of the year. They fight and establish dominance as the mating seasons starts in the summer. The Pregnancy lasts for around 270 days so the calf is born in the spring. The calf is weaned after a year and becomes independent. Unless food is abundant, females only give birth once every other year.