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Found in the Pyrenees, Caucasus Mountains and in Asia Minor the Chamois is recognized by it curled horns.
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Running of the Bulls
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Asian Wild Ass
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Kirk's Dikdiks mark their territory with dung, urine and other secretions. Learn more about Kirk's Dikdiks at HowStuffWorks. See more »
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