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We don’t know if you're aware of this, but the goats are surprisingly skillful when it comes to climbing.
A famous example of this are the incredible mountain goats or wild goats that are seen in the Alps, who first got their 10 seconds of fame in a viral video recorded Andrea Battisti, of Hybrid Wildlife..
But now let us take this explanation to Morocco, where these goats in trees pictures are taken.
We know that the image is very rare, but the explanation is so coherent and logical that it almost makes it boring... almost.
As you know, some areas of Morocco are quite deserted. In the semi-desert zone of the country, the animals have difficulties to survive or find food that nourishes them.
Among these animals are, of course, the protagonists of this article, the goats.
Unlike what they can find on the ground, the goats can quietly feed on the fruits of the Argan and thus survive in this arid area.
In addition, this has led herders to graze their herds among the trees, as they spew out the seeds of Argan and can be marketed. This is very common for making Argan oil, for example.
Amazing, right? Even so, not everything is so beautiful. Due to the human exploitation of these trees to produce this oil and fuel, they have become endangered.
Well, it's possible. If you travel to Morocco, you then take the small journey of less than 3 hours to the Valley of Souss, in the region of Souss-Massa-Drâa in the National Park of Souss-Massa, you will find this curious phenomenon.
Booking a chauffeur from Casablanca would be the best way to get to this area, since public transport is practically inaccessible and is much safer to go with a hired driver.
The tree-goats truly are one of those marvels of Morocco that everyone should see.