Ovis vignei bochariensis
The slender and light-footed Bukhara urial inhabits Tadjikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Afghanistan.
It can be found in four isolated mountain regions alongside the Amu Darya River, on foothill plains and gently sloping hillsides at elevations up to 5,500 m. The urial take to rocky terrain only when fleeing an enemy or driven by livestock.
The subspecies is threatened by grazing pressure from domestic livestock, overhunting, droughts and severe winters, breakdown of the nature reserve system. Total number: <1,200, ↓
The horn length of an adult male is up to 95 cm.