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     Robert updated 1 year, 3 months ago 2 Members · 2 Posts
  • Robert

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    January 9, 2020 at 10:32 pm

    A better look at my Hybrid Kri Kri Ibex after it dried off a bit. It’s a cross-breed between the "Kri-Kri Ibex" and a "Feral Goat". They are highly destructive feeders browsing on leaves, twigs and weeds. The only place you can hunt them are on Dugi-Otok Island off the coast of Croatia. It was an amazing hunt and I feel extremely blessed to be able to get a tag to hunt this incredible species of goat .

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    “The coloration is very specific for these animals: yellowish-clear tan body color, with a distinctive "black cross" going from the front limbs across the center of the body towards the hind legs. Warning: "Hybrid Ibex" that show a different coloration or have more than two skin colors will be classified by SCI as "Feral Goat” – slamquest.org

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