In 2015, nature photographer Andrea Battisti of Hybrid Wildlife captured exceptional pictures of wild Alpine Ibex (mountain goats) as they climbed up the near-vertical wall of a herbal dam in Antrona Valley Natural Park, Italy. These made up our minds animals made their method directly up the wall, preventing each and every few seconds to lick on the nutrient wealthy salt deposits at the stone.
National Geographic has created a superb explainer about those wonderful animals.
With cut up hooves and rubber-like soles, the Alpine ibex is in a position to climb a near-vertical rock face.
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