The Sanga breed from which Tuli originate from evolved several thousand years ago in Africa. It is thought that the breed was the result of natural mixing of indigenous cattle with the Zebu cattle, which were herded through the continent by nomads during the first Arab invasion.
They have most likely existed in their present form for more than 5,000 years. The Sanga breed is prone to wide variations in constitution and appearance.
Most are a light shade, ranging from yellow to reddish - brown and have a humped neck. They can have either short or long horns, depending on the exact ancestry of any given animal.