Gorals are small caprinae species with a goat- or antelope-like appearance. There are six species, occurring in South Asia and Far East.
The horns of goral males and females are in general very similar. But there are ways to tell both sexes by their horns apart.
The Long-tailed Goral is the most northerly occuring goral, it is characterized by its long hair, especially on the tail.
You could call the Chinese Goral an Oxymoron: Of all the goral species it has the widest distribution, but yet its range is restricted to just one country.