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Chamois in the Cadí rocks

Chamois group in the rocks, on the Cadí mountains.

Chamois group in the rocks, on the Cadí mountains.


Seeing images like these, it is easy to deduce that the chamois (Rupicapra pyrenaica) have a great ability to move on slopes and rocks that are more difficult to access. This allows them to flee and take refuge from their predators when they are in danger. It also allows them to feed on grasslands and liqueurs, which are not accessible to livestock or other herbivores such as deer.


Chamois moving easy on the rocks(in the background you can see the flight of a vulture).


Females are sometimes located in rocky areas to give birth, as they enjoy greater protection against predators. Their ability to move on rocks, steep slopes and snowy terrain, makes them an animal perfectly adapted to life in the high mountains.


Chamois on hard-to-reach rocks.

Chamois on hard-to-reach rocks.


Tags: rebeco, isard, chamois, pirineo, pirineu, pyrenees, bergueda



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