Kategorie: Chamois, Northern (Rupicapra rupicapra)
The Anatolian Chamois is a very rarely discussed and documented taxon. Lydekker described it in 1908. Since then not much has happened. Find below a summary of facts…
Find listed below a series of Caucasian Chamois photos
The Chartreuse Chamois is seen as a subspecies of the Alpine Chamois. It has a very small and isolated distribution range in the Chartreuse massif at the western edge of the French Alps.
The Balkan Chamois is a subspecies of the Alpine Chamois. In the former Yugoslav countries it is slowly recovering from the civil war (1991 to 2001).
This large and dark subspecies is an endemite of Romania.
Find listed below a series of Alpine Chamois photos that show special physical features and behaviour patterns.
The Tatra Chamois is treated as a subspecies of the Alpine Chamois. It has a very small and isolated distribution range in the Tatras Mountains on the border…