Markhor - closely related to the wild goat and the ibex. Found in South and Central Asia at 600 to 3600 m above sea level (in the Himalayas they occur from around 1700 to 3600 m). They are found in open forested or shrubby areas. Markhors are reputed to be the most agile climbers of all the Asian Capra. Major wild predators are Gray Wolves and Snow Leopards. ENDANGERED The National, Funny Pets, Endangered Species, Rare Animal, Wild Goats, Markhor, Animal Funny, Animal Photos, Strange Animal
Markhor is a large species of wild goat that is found in northeastern Afghanistan, northern Pakistan, some parts of India, southern Tajikistan and southern Uzbekistan. The name means “snake eater", which is sometimes interpreted to either represent the species' ability to kill snakes, or as a reference to its corkscrewing horns, which are somewhat reminiscent of coiling snakes. It is the national animal of Pakistan.
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