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San Clemente Island Goat kid nursing
Image by warriorwoman531
The San Clemente Island goat is a type of domestic goat derived from feral goats isolated on San Clemente Island, one of the Channel Islands off the coast of California. San Clemente Island goats are small, fine-boned, and deer-like. The males sport outwardly-twisting, Spanish-type horns. Though not a breed in the strictest sense, San Clemente Island goats are listed as a critically endangered heritage breed by the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy. In 2009, their global population was about 450. They live on the mainland U.S.A. and in western Canada.
Miller Park Zoo had multiple births of their San Clemente Island goats this year and are helping to increase the population.
Photographed at the Miller Park Zoo