called the "toast of Botswana" female goat with a male sheep, born from a natural mating

called the "toast of Botswana" female goat with a male sheep, born from a natural mating

Male Goats' Stench Activates Female Goats' Reproductive System - D-brief | DiscoverMagazine.com -- They’ve discovered a citrus-scented chemical that males emit that speaks directly to females, activating their reproductive brain region and ramping up their sex hormones.

Male Goats' Stench Activates Female Goats' Reproductive System - D-brief | DiscoverMagazine.com -- They’ve discovered a citrus-scented chemical that males emit that speaks directly to females, activating their reproductive brain region and ramping up their sex hormones.

► Alpine goat Hera. The goats love playing in the fresh snow! Learn more about our goats: http://gmsoap.co/1AiC4qO #goats #winter #snow

► Alpine goat Hera. The goats love playing in the fresh snow! Learn more about our goats: http://gmsoap.co/1AiC4qO #goats #winter #snow

All about Modern Gift of kurdish artist Hoshyar Rasheed Abstact Nude Female Goat | eBay

All about Modern Gift of kurdish artist Hoshyar Rasheed Abstact Nude Female Goat | eBay

Find 2 live female goats and one male. They will keep you fed with milk cheese and butter and in the future you can trade the babies to your friends and family so they will be fed too!!

Find 2 live female goats and one male. They will keep you fed with milk cheese and butter and in the future you can trade the babies to your friends and family so they will be fed too!!

A pair of [Females]Tibetan gazelle (Procapra picticaudata) seen on snow-covered grassland in Ali Prefecture, Tibet.  ©Xinhua/Landov/Barcroft Media

A pair of [Females]Tibetan gazelle (Procapra picticaudata) seen on snow-covered grassland in Ali Prefecture, Tibet. ©Xinhua/Landov/Barcroft Media

Male scent stimulates female goats’ fertility: Single pheromone found to induce ovulation.

Male scent stimulates female goats’ fertility: Single pheromone found to induce ovulation.

Female chamois with their young generally live in herds of 15 to 30 individuals. Herds are believed to post ‘sentinels’ that warn the other members of the herd of any danger by stomping their feet and calling with a high-pitched whistle. Adult males live on their own for most of the year, but join the herds in late summer.

Female chamois with their young generally live in herds of 15 to 30 individuals. Herds are believed to post ‘sentinels’ that warn the other members of the herd of any danger by stomping their feet and calling with a high-pitched whistle. Adult males live on their own for most of the year, but join the herds in late summer.

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