The State Animal- Mithun

I was used to seeing State Animals of various regions in the wild. So when I was told that the State Animal of Nagaland is partially domesticated, I was pretty amused. 
But when I did reach Nagaland, I never saw any. As time passed by I understood the animal through stories, customs, and experiences. Yet I had not seen one. It was then that the villagers told me that these animals were partially domesticated. They come into villages after dark and rest. They then leave the village before sunrise and disappear into the forest. 
By now clicking the Mithun, the State Animal of Nagaland had become a priority for me. A village had a promising number of these animals visiting at night as per the locals.Next morning I was up at 3 am. By 3.30 am I was driving a car with a kid from the village only he agreed to join me. Far at a distance, I could see a herd of Mithun walk. I then intercepted them before they entered the forest for the day. Here is one of the many images I managed to get. It looks bright but it interestingly is clicked at 4.30 am.

Sizes:
Small: A4: 11.69 X 8.27 inches
Medium: A3: 16.53 X 11.69 inches
Large: 2 X 3 feet : 24 X 36 inches