Aliab Dinka, or Nilotic Sanga, cattle are a variation of
Sanga cattle raised by the Aliab Dinka people. The Aliab Dinka people are a
subdivision of the Dinka people of South Sudan. They traditionally lived in an
area west of the upper White Nile River.
Aliab Dinka cattle have large bodies, long horns, and small
cervico-thoracic humps. Their coats are generally white, grey or light fawn.
The original Sanga stock evolved in Ethiopia, and the Nilotic Sanga appear
to have developed from early migrations and spread across south-western
Ethiopia into Southern Sudan.