Alpine ibex

Alpine ibex
Alpine ibex
Capra ibex
441 - 882 lbs ( 200 - 400 kg)
47 - 67 inches ( 120 - 170 cm)

About Alpine ibex

The Alpine ibex, (Capra ibex), is a species of wild goat that lives in the mountains of the European Alps. In its habitat region, the species is known as bouquetin (French), Steinbock (German), stambecco (Italian) and kozorog (Slovenian). The Spanish ibex (Capra pyrenaica) and the Middle Eastern Nubian ibex (Capra nubiana) are very close relatives of the Alpine ibex, and were formerly considered to be subspecies. Fossils of Alpine ibex dating back to the late Pleistocene, when it and the Spanish ibex probably evolved from the extinct Pleistocene species.

Hunting Techniques

Shot placement

Choice of hunting equipment

Clasification: Smal Game

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