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The Tahr , someday I will go to New Zealand to see this amazing animal.

The Himalayan tahr (Hemitragus jemlahicus) or common tahr is a large ungulate related to the wild goat and the only extant member of the genus Hemitragus. The Himalayan tahr is native to the Himalayas in southern Tibet, northern India, and Nepal.

Markhor are Pakistan's national animal yet even with laws put into place to protect it, its numbers are still declining.

The Markor goat . They are found in India, Afghanistan, and neighboring countries. Their tightly corkscrewing horns are stunning .

A Mountain Goat 'Nanny' ~ With Her 'Kid' at: Glacier Bay #NationalPark in Alaska. (Mountain goats are not true goats at all, but belong to the antelope family. The hooves of these goats consist of two toes that can move independently from each other, allowing for their stunning agility on steep terrain.  Photo By: Richard Nelson, National Park Service.)

Here’s some serious cute: A mountain goat nanny and kid at Glacier Bay in Alaska. Mountain goats are not true goats at all but belong to the antelope family. The hooves of mountain goats consist of two toes that can move independently from e

Long eared goats - India

Long eared goats - India

Long-eared Goat - India

Long-eared Goat - India

Long-eared goat:  India

Long-eared goat: India

A Markhor  Found in the mountainous regions of western and central Asia.

Markhor Goats are a critically endangered breed. Interesting Fact: The horns of the male Markhor goat can reach up to meters in length!

Beautiful and listed as Endangered specie "MARKHOR"

Flare-Horned Markhor (Capra falconeri), one of the largest members of the goat family, is under threat of extinction across its range, mostly within Pakistan’s borders, although it is protected in Pakistan.

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