(Ovis ammon mongolica)
The argali that exists in the south-western part of Hangai mountains, the central Mongolian mountain range that covers the largest area were previously regarded as the same species as Gobi argali. Its genealogy and living habitat prove that it is a separate species with close relationship with the other two argalis. Hangai argali is smaller than Ovis ammon ammon and larger than Ovis ammon darwini, more or less in the middle both body and trophywise.
Hunting season: July 01 – September 30
Average trophy size: 46 – 50 inches in length and 15 – 17 inches in girth.