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Me and my mountain bike versus the mountain goats! Last one downs a lamb chop!

Goat: To see a goat in your dream represents your lack of judgment and your gullibility. Alternatively, goats are symbolic of sexuality, sexual desire, and lechery. Also consider the associations with the goat as in "scapegoat" or "getting someone's goat". Do you feel that you have been blamed for someone else's deed?

I never did find out how this Mountain Goat, Oreamnos americanus, managed to get down. I was there for more than an hour and it kept licking away at the mineral in the rock. It was a sheer drop below, there was no apparent way up or sideways. But then other’s did some amazing feats of climbing that the best mountain climbers would be envious of. Goat Lick Overlook, Glacier National Park

Happy Spring, and tonight, as clocks spring forward, I am glad that at least in Arizona, where we do not change our clocks, the animals on the e-list do NOT lose an hour of networking! Thank you to all those watching over them at night. 3/9/2014

At a high school in Montana , a group of students played a prank - they let three goats loose in the school.But, before turning them loose, they painted numbers on the sides of the goats: 1, 2, and 4. School administrators spent most of the day looking for Number 3. Ha!

Careful! This baby goat is trying to crush your soul with his cuteness!

Ninja goats - anything is possible.

  • Rebecca Kathyleen

    @Aimée Oliver It's really convenient that their left legs are shorter than their right legs so they can scale dams like this!

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.

The Norwegian goat is found throughout Norway. It is kept for both milk and meat production. It is found in gray, blue, white or pied coloration.

The markhor (Capra falconeri) is a large species of wild goat that is found in northeastern Afghanistan, Pakistan (Gilgit-Baltistan, northern and central Pakistan), some parts of Jammu and Kashmir, southern Tajikistan and southern Uzbekistan. The species is classed by the IUCN as Endangered, as there are fewer than 2,500 mature individuals and the numbers have continued to decline by an estimated 20% over two generations.[1] The markhor is the national animal of Pakistan.

Carrots are good for goats but keep all plastic bags away #goatvet