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Iberian ibex in the rocks

A young calf in a rocky zone.

A young calf in a rocky zone.


The iberian ibex is an excellent climber and climber. You can move around practically vertical rock walls. From its early stages of life, it is already able to move skillfully through this environment, where predators have a difficult time reaching them.


Female eating grass on a rock wall.

Female eating grass on a rock wall.


They take advantage of the security that rocky places give them, to take refuge, rest, feed, woo and relate to each other (such as disputes between males in the mating season).


Male watching over the rocky.

Male watching over the rocky.


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