It, or rather he is a mascot for the Angus the Bull Club, which is a club for kids and tots to enjoy football (which is known as soccer in North America). See the related link below for info.
The Angus bull is part of the Angus breed, which originated in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Aberdeen Angus burgers are made from beef which come from cows.
Aberdeen FC is associated with Scottish professional football.
Aberdeen Angus is actually from Scotland.
Angus and Red Angus.
Domestic Cattle, often informally refered to as a Cow or Cows Aberdeen Angus is a beef cattle breed.
there is about 15 million Angus in the world.
Aberdeen FC in it's current form was made up by the amalgamation of three teams from the city of Aberdeen in 1903. Orion, Victoria and Aberdeen joined forces to become the greatest team the world has ever seen. This was at the behest of university dons, hence the nickname, The Dons. Aberdeen FC #1
There are breed Associations all over the world;Canada:Canadian Aberdeen Angus AssociationAlberta Angus AssociationOntario Angus AssociationUSA:The Angus Society of AustraliaDanish Aberdeen Angus Association (Denmark)New Zealand Angus AssociationAngus PortugalAmerican Angus AssociationA*L*O*T Angus Association (Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas)Iowa Angus AssociationMiami Valley Angus AssociationTexas Angus AssociationList Derived from the following related link below.
FC Red Bull Salzburg was created in 1933.
* Place name. Angus is on the East coast of Scotland, halfway between Edinburgh and Aberdeen. * Breed of cattle. In many parts of the UK. The Aberdeen Angus is a very popular breed. For more information, see Related links below this box.
Are you kidding?? The Aberdeen Angus population is so high that it's far from being regarded as being under threat! Angus is one of the most popular breeds in North America and growing in popularity as we speak, so no, the Angus cattle population is definitely not under threat!!