Category: Ibex (Capra sp.) – monotypical species Page 1 of 3
The Iberian Ibex is the most westerly form of the genus Capra . Once there have been four subspecies. Only two are extant today.
The Portuguese ibex (Capra pyrenaica lusitanica) is an extinct subspecies of the Iberian Ibex. It was still numerous until 1800.
The Pyrenean Ibex is an extinct subspecies of the Iberian Ibex, which died out in 2000. „Pyrenean Ibexes“ found today are introduced (2014) Victoria Ibex.
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This subspecies occurs mainly in the Southwest of Pakistan, as well as in the south-eastern corner of Iran.
The Asiatic ibex (Capra sibirica) is one of the heavier members of the genus Capra. 
Find below a series of photos of magnificent Himalayan Asian Ibex.
Find below a series of photos of magnificent Central Asian Ibex showing physical features, habitat, tracks, sculls, etc.
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Find below a series of photos of magnificent Gobi Ibex