*Texas Safari Ranch
This relatively small ibex is distinguished by the striking, backward-arching horns of the male, which are long, slender, and ridged, casting a brilliant silhouette against the rocky, mountainous terrain of its surroundings. Males grow impressive horns (up to 4 feet!) for defense and to impress females during mating season.
The coat is a light sandy brown color, with a white underbelly, while the legs display noticeable black-and-white markings. Bucks have a dark stripe down the back and older
males grow a long, dark beard.
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450 mm (35mm equiv.)