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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

Mountain goat - they are amazing, they have no rope! I need to learn to use my mouth like that when I climb...

a mountain goat descends a sheer rock wall to lick exposed salt, Glacier National Park, Montana, © Joel Sartore .

A mountain goat is not actually a goat but is a member of the antelope family.

Mountain Goats are not true goats but they are close relatives. They are more properly known as goat-antelopes. These surefooted beasts inhabit many of North America's most spectacular alpine environments.

Mountain Goats on the edge

Sheer Drop, 1980 Robert Bateman (Canada, b. Oil on Board, 48 x 36 inches JKM Collection®, National Museum of Wildlife Art (Amazing creatures)

Totaly Outdoors: Really its Nice

Reminds of me some cartoon where this goat rocks on his antlers.

Markhor

FLARE-HORNED MARKHOR (Capra falconeri) The magnificent markhor (Capra falconeri), one of the largest members of the Caprinae or goat family, is under threat of extinction across its range, which is largely within Pakistan’s borders

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