|Others||Linh Dương (Vietnamese)|
Jungle Sheep (mistaken called by the Western world)
|Romanization||K'hting Vor (Cambodian)|
|Behind the Scenes|
Kting Voar is a bovid native to the jungle of Vietnam and Cambodia.
The animal appears to have a very bovid appearance, but with twisted horns presumably used to confront its predators and spotted fur which is rare for bovines. Its most bizarre and infamous trait was feasting on serpents as its name suggested. The bovine's horns were seen in the Ho Chi Minh Market as it was encountered by Wolfgang Peter during his trip in 1994, marking this as the first evidence of the creature.