A single tiny horn spirals out from this shell, curving around the egg.
This small ibex is extremely agile, and you constantly lose sight of it. Scouting around, though, you soon find it picking its way up a large hill or exploring a small, rocky mountain. It plays most of the time, charging into trees, sharpening its spiraling horns and butting almost any inanimate object. It loves treats, be it grass or lettuce. Having exhausted itself, it lies down next to the foals and nods off.
Adult ibexes are not to be taken lightly. With large, curled horns, ibexes are not slow to attack and can cause heavy damage on any enemy. On any journey in the mountains, ibexes are good companions to take along; they maneuver well on rocks, and enjoy eating the tough grass that grows there. When not traveling, ibexes enjoy mock fighting with each other and hunting for grassy treats.