Kiang Equus kiang (prev. E. hemionus kiang)

Kiang
Eastern Kiang
The Asian Wild Ass goes by several names such as Onager, Kulan (Khulan), Khur and others depending on the subspecies. Of seven subspecies defined, covering different regions, one is now extinct, another, the Kiang, has been moved to full species status and five remain. All are endangered mainly due to hunting for meat.
Kiang
Kiang
Kiang
The Kiang, (formerly E. h. kiang) now moved to its own species Equus kiang, also called the Tibetan Kiang or Tibetan Wild Ass, is native to the Tibetan plateau and parts of northern Nepal and Kashmir. Some split them into 3 subspecies, but this is challenged; if split, then shown is the Eastern Kiang from China. Others are the smaller, darker Western Kiang mainly from Tibet and the Southern from southern Tibet, Nepal and Kashmir.
Kiang
Kiang
Kiang
It is the largest of the wild asses (unless Grevy's Zebra, which also has an upright mane and a wide chocolate dorsal stripe, is included as an ass), reaching some 4.5 feet (nearly 1.4 metres or 14 hands) at the shoulders (withers). All have the same colour pattern with an upright mane and a dark brown dorsal stripe along the back. They have not been domesticated.