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In the top of the mountain goats: Cool photos capture the fairytale nubian Ibex herd in Israel’s Negev desert

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It’s like a wildlife version of Where’s Waldo?”

As a photographer, and a flock of eight the Nubian Ibex camouflaged it against the background of Israel in the Negev desert. While some of the mountain goats look on in the rest of the family were carefully navigating a rocky cliff, apparently in pursuit of a young boy who is trapped.

The scene was caught on camera by Nachum Weiss, and are Suitable for reporting.

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In addition to Israel, the Nubian Ibex, is coming out from Egypt, Jordan, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, and Yemen. The animal is classed as “vulnerable” by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, who noted that the population is declining.

The group of Nubian Ibex was caught on camera in Israel, in the Negev desert.
(Nachum Weiss/FIT-NEWS)

The Nubian Ibex in the natural habitats include shrubland, desert, and rocky areas such as mountains and cliffs, according to the world conservation union (IUCN.

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The family of Nubian Ibex will fit in the decor of Israel, in the Negev desert.
(Nachum Weiss/FIT-NEWS)

The San Diego Zoo, notes that in the Nubian ibex is the only ibex species that are adapted to living in hot, dry regions of the world. “It’s incredibly agile, and the animals spend their time in the steep and mountainous terrain, which would normally be hazardous to other animals,” the zoo says on its web site. However, they are going to move up and down the steep cliffs with ease, and it is in this hostile environment, it plays an important role in predator avoidance.”

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Predators of the Nubian Ibex, leopards, eagles and bearded vultures, according to the San Diego Zoo.

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