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Asian Ibex

Capra sibirica

Sakin (Sp), Asiatische Steinbock (G), Bouquetin d'Asie (F).

DESCRIPTION (male) Shoulder height 37-42 inches (95-107 cm). Weight 175-220 pounds (80-100 kg).

The general color is grayish-brown with lighter underparts and a darker (sometimes faint) dorsal stripe. There is a light saddle patch in the winter coat. The chin beard is long and pointed. The male's horns are large and impressive, curving around to form three-fourths of a circle and tapering to relatively slender points. They are relatively flat on the front surface, with well-defined cross ridges or knobs. Females are much smaller than males, lack beards and have short, thin horns.

DISTRIBUTION Free-ranging in the Canadian River Canyon in New Mexico. Also on private properties in Texas.

REMARKS Native to the mountains of central Asia from Afghanistan and the Himalayas northeast to Mongolia. Introduced in the Canadian River Canyon area of New Mexico by the state game department (which calls it Siberian ibex), where it proved to be an excellent game animal. A few hunting permits were available through drawing in past years, but have since been curtailed. A number of subspecies are recognized in Asia, but we do not separate them here.

HYBRIDIZATION The Asian ibex is either known or believed to crossbreed, or to be the result of hybridization, when in a game ranch environment.





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Asian Ibex (free range) - Species Detail

Scientific Name: Capra sibirica Gold: 90" Gold (Bow): 0"
AKA: Silver: 0" Silver (Bow): 0"
Endangered: Bronze: 0" Bronze (Bow): 0"

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Asian Ibex - Species Detail

Scientific Name: Capra sibirica Gold: 71 5/8" Gold (Bow): 83 5/8"
AKA: Siberian Ibex Silver: 0" Silver (Bow): 0"
Endangered: Bronze: 0" Bronze (Bow): 56"

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