Gallery description : chamois

Chamois (rupicapra rupicapra) is a mammal type animal. It usually inhabits mountainous and rocky terrain. The weight of the animal is about 50kg - 55kg (110lbs - 121lbs) and average life span is 18 - 22 years. Human, wolf, wildcats are dangerous for chamoises. Look up the table below for more information.

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Facts about chamoiss
NameChamois
Skin TypeFur
Conservation StatusLeast concern
PredatorsHuman, wolf, wildcats
Average Litter Size1
Distinctive FeaturesBlack and white face markings and backward curving horns
Top Speed17km/h (10mph)
Life Span18 - 22 years
LifestyleHerd
HabitatMountainous and rocky terrain
Main PreyGrass, leaves, shrubs
Scientific NameRupicapra rupicapra
Weight50kg - 55kg (110lbs - 121lbs)
GenusRupicapra
FamilyBovidae
ColourBrown, grey, black, tan, white
ClassMammalia
DietHerbivore
TypeMammal
Size (H)75cm - 80cm (30in - 31in)
OrderArtiodactyla
PhylumChordata
KingdomAnimalia
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Description Chamois. ... des Abruzzes À pas de loup pour observer ours, renards et chamois
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