Pygmy Goat
Origin: West African countries.

Latin Name: Capra hircus

Habitat: Domestically bred

Diet: Grass and vegetables.

Lifespan: Up to 12 years

Average Size: Weight: Up to 34kg, Length: Up to 58cm


Pygmy goats are a breed of miniature domestic goat which tend to be kept primarily as pets.  They come in all colours and markings, commonly grey-blue and brown.  They have long course hair with strong upright horns.  Adult females are called does or nannies, adult males are called pucks or billies and young are called kids.