Small in body size; have the slightest sign of hump.
Mainly inhabit the south-eastern Delta in the Manufia and Qulyoubia governorates in Lower Egypt (Maule, 1990).
These cattle are generally considered to be of Brachyceros (Shorthorn) type, although some writers believe that they have little Zebu blood. Their conformation is similar to those of the Cyprus, Damascus and Lebanese cattle, but they have some signs of hump development. In general this breed is believed to have derived mainly from the Humpless Shorthorn cattle of African (Hanotte et al., 2002) or Asian origin (Epstein, 1971; Payne an Wilson, 1999).