I think I am not the only one fascinated by the world's largest wild sheep. The thread is about them in zoos. Rather surprisingly, the only two zoos I found are Moscow breeding centre and Berlin Tierpark, which received animals from Moscow. It seems strange that it is not more common alive in collections. It occurs in five countries (Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and China), it can be commercially hunted and exported as a trophy, it is spectacular, it raises hunters interest, and its biology is similar to zoo staples lke Mouflon. Other Central Asian animals, from blue sheep to takin, spread in zoos in the last two decades. Anbody knows of zoos within native range which keep Marco Polo Sheep?