The Nubian Ibex a goat antelope native to mountainous regions of Israel, Jordan Egypt, Sudan and Saudi Arabia. The Nubian Ibex is an endangered animal as there are fewer than 1200 Nubian Ibex residing in the wild now.
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The Nubian Ibex (Capra ibex nubiana) is distinguished by it short, powerful legs marked in black and white. The Nubian Ibex's body is tan in the summer; gray in winter with a white belly.
Both male and female Nubian Ibex have horns. The female Nubian Ibex horns are short and curved horns with ridges averaging 5-8 inches in length. The male Numbian Ibex have huge "wagon wheel horns" that extend up, then backwards, then down. The average horn length of the Nubian Ibex is 30 inches, with exceptional Nubian Ibex horns of 40 plus inches, and 24-36 knobs on the outer curve of the horns. The World Record Nubian Ibex Horns are 54 1/2 inches.
The male Nubian Ibex weigh 100-165 lbs typically, but can get as large as 200 lbs. Females weigh 55-88 lbs.
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