Goat: The domestic goat (Scientific name: Capra hircus Linnaeus, 1758 or Capra aegagrus hircus) is a species or a subspecies of ruminant herbivorous mammals, belonging to the family of Bovidae, subfamily of goats. It was domesticated from the beginning of the Neolithic (around -10000 years ago), probably first for its milk, then for its wool, meat, skin and leather. Most of the time, goats are domesticated, but they are also found in the wild in ...
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