Goats are known for their agility and sure-footedness, which allows them to climb and traverse steep terrain with ease. They have a four-chambered stomach, which allows them to digest tough plants and vegetation that other animals cannot consume.
Goats are social animals and live in herds. Both male and female goats have beards. They are known for their curious and independent nature.
Goats are known for their ability to learn their name and respond when called. They are known for their intelligence and problem-solving abilities.
The conservation status of goats varies depending on the specific species. Some species, such as the domestic goat, are not considered to be at risk of extinction. However, other species such as the Himalayan blue sheep and the markhor, are classified as Near Threatened.
15 – 18 years
The savanna, desert, scrub, and mountain ranges.
These mammals have herbivorous feeding habits. They eat a variety of different plants. Unlike cows and sheep, these creatures do not graze, but browse on virtually all plant matter. This means that in addition to grass they also eat shrubs, bushes, leaves, and virtually any edible plant matter.
The largest breeds reach about 2.5 feet tall at the shoulder
Weigh up to 300 lbs
2.5 feet tall at the shoulder