Southeastern Spanish ibex
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|Southeastern Spanish ibex|
|Southeastern Spanish ibex from Sierra Nevada|
|Subspecies:||C. p. hispanica|
|Capra pyrenaica hispanica
The Southeastern Spanish ibex inhabits the Sierra Nevada, Sierra de las Nieves National Park, Sierra de Cazorla, Sierra de Grazalema, Montes de Malaga, in Andalucia. It also occurs in the Sierra Morena. Outside Andalucia, it can be found in the Montes de Toledo and in the mountains all along the Spanish Mediterranean, with populations as far north as southern Catalonia. From there it might one day colonise the Pyrenees, which were formerly home to another subspecies of the Spanish Ibex.
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