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Schleich Dwarf Goat
Schleich Dwarf Goat
These cheeky and cuddly Dwarf goats are usually born as twins or triplets. Dwarf goats originally come from West Africa, which is why they are also referred to as "West African Dwarfs." They arrived in Europe back in the 17th century. Today, they are especially popular as petting zoo animals. Binomial name: Capra aegagrus f. hircus. Conservations status: Domesticated. Global Home: Worldwide.
£3.65 inc VAT
Schleich Dwarf Goat Kid
Schleich Dwarf Goat Kid
These cheeky and cuddly Dwarf goats are usually born as twins or triplets. Dwarf goats originally come from West Africa, which is why they are also referred to as "West African Dwarfs." They arrived in Europe back in the 17th century. Today, they are especially popular as petting zoo animals. Binomial name: Capra aegagrus f. hircus. Conservations status: Domesticated. Global Home: Worldwide.
£2.60 inc VAT
Schleich Goat
Schleich Goat
Domestic goats were probably domesticated in the Middle East prior to the 11th century BC. This goat is considered one of the easiest to keep. Goats provide meat, leather and milk. Due to their excellent climbing skills, they are mainly kept in mountainous areas. Binomial name: Capra aegagrus hircus. Global Home: Worldwide. Primary Habitat: Domesticated. Item size: 8 × 3 × 7.5 cm.
£3.65 inc VAT
Schleich Goat Kid
Schleich Goat Kid
Domestic goats were probably domesticated in the Middle East prior to the 11th century BC. This goat is considered one of the easiest to keep. Goats provide meat, leather and milk. Due to their excellent climbing skills, they are mainly kept in mountainous areas. Binomial name: Capra aegagrus hircus. Global Home: Worldwide. Primary Habitat: Domesticated. Item size: 5 × 2.5 × 4 cm.
£2.60 inc VAT