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Gredos Ibex - Species Detail

AKA: Central Plateau ibex Gold: 82 2/8" Gold (Bow): 81 4/8"
Endangered: Silver: 76 2/8" Silver (Bow): 73 7/8"
Bronze: 70" Bronze (Bow): 63"
Gredos Ibex
Map Legend

Capra pyrenaica victoriae

Sometimes called western Spanish ibex or Central Plateau ibex.

DESCRIPTION After the Beceite ibex, the Gredos ibex is the largest and darkest in color and has the largest horns. Typically, the horns are lyre-shaped with a pronounced curve and a spiral turn of more than 180 degrees. Horn thickness decreases progressively from the base to the very thin tip. While this is the typical Gredos horn conformation, other horn shapes may be found in this region and even in the same herd.

DISTRIBUTION Mountains in west-central Spain, especially the Gredos and Batuecas mountains.

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