Two Nubian ibex males
Animals

Nubian Ibex

CONSERVATION STATUS: Threatened

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With large curved horns measuring up to four feet long, and segmented, concave hooves to climb even the steepest rocky cliffs, the Nubian ibex is both amazingly sure-footed and eye-catching. This wild goat species, native to northeastern Africa and the Middle East, can be seen in Africa Rocks’ Ethiopian Highlands multispecies habitat, which the Nubian ibex share with geladas.

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