Argan Tree Goats of Morocco

Morocco is the only country in the world where domestic goats graze off the ground and in the trees. This is not some kind of special, capable of levitating rock – is the most common, almost standard goats. The trees they graze, because the land is quite arid and lush grass for the goats’ food is just not enough.

Tree Goats of Morocco

Dozens of horny sitting on a tree branch, called Argan monotonically chewing leaves and fruits, Local herders are closely watching the goats grazing on the trees, from time to time distilled them from one tree to another. Grazing goats in the trees can be seen in the villages of Afra and Imzi, which are located between the Moroccan cities of Agadir and Essaouira. It is interesting that the main diet of local goat is the greens and fruits Argan trees from seeds which produce used in cosmetology and culinary argan oil. Photo Credit

Tree Goats of Morocco

That fed goat herders selected from excrement neperevarivshiesya in goat stomachs nuts of argan trees and sell them for further processing. Goats are known for their ability to climb the steepest mountains.Obviously, they have realized it is their ability and with trees. Due to the lack of food on the ground, because of the dry climate Morocco, goats found food in the trees. Thanks to divide the hoof, goats leads to a reasonable balance on the branches. It is noteworthy that argan oil is one of the most expensive vegetable fats in the world. Its value can reach up to $ 300 per liter. Photo Credit

Tree Goats of Morocco

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Tree Goats of Morocco

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Tree Goats of Morocco

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Tree Goats of Morocco

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Tree Goats of Morocco

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Tree Goats of Morocco

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Tree Goats of Morocco

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