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Mountain goats

Mountain goats

Mountain goat kid

Mountain goat kid

Don't remember what this was. It could be a Black Marmot, but not sure.

Don’t remember what this was. It could be a Black Marmot, but not sure.

Red River Hog

Red River Hog


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10 Responses to Untitled Post 00064

  1. oneowner says:

    I wouldn’t know a black marmot if it came up and bit me. Jeff Lebowski might know.


  2. That little baby goat is adorable.


  3. colonialist says:

    How those goats can be such nimble climbers with their footwear beats me.
    In SA the nearest thing to that furry little guy is a relation of the elephant known as a rock rabbit, dassie, or hyrax.


    • disperser says:

      There is one animal I have a picture of that has very, very small hooves . . . I think it’s a Klipspringer (saltarocca is another name), but I will have to check. It almost looks like they thimbles for hooves, but boy are they sure-footed.

      . . . and why am I telling you? You probably have them in your back yard. But for everyone else . . .


  4. AnnMarie says:

    Each of the above subjects can be considered ‘cute’! But when I watched the video of the thimble-hooved saltarocca, he/she goes way beyond cute!


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