One of the earliest domesticated animals, goats were domesticated in the Middle East around 10,000 years ago. Goats come in various shapes and sizes depending on the breed. Males have a pungent odor used to attract females and as a substitute for territory marking.
Nimble and curious. Explores and climbs rocks and trees to reach plants that other animals cannot.
Contrary to popular belief, goats do not eat everything. They limit their diet to vegetation, products made with vegetation such as paper, and can eat weeds harmful to other animals.
Domesticated. Used for milk, meat, skin, and fiber. Adapts well to any environment, including dry deserts.