The wild Mallorcan goat is only found in the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range and Artà mountains.

 

 

 

It descends from the domestic goat, which was brought over by the first colonisers. Most likely, it co-existed with the endemic and extinct Myotragus, contributing to its disappearance. It typically has horns and is brownish-red in colour.

 

 

 

 

Its diet is extremely varied, including fruits such as lentisk, acorns, tender pine and holm oak sprouts, plant and shrub leaves, as well as the bark of many types of trees.