House Goat
Goat kid
Kingdom Deer (Animalia)


Wirebacks (Chordata)
Undershed Bonebacks (Vertebrata)
Ilk Suckledeer (Mammalia)
Shift Evenhooves (Artiodactyla)
Kin Oxkin (Bovidae)
Underkin Goatkin (Caprinae)
Kind Goats (Capra)
Erd Wild Goat (Capra aegagrus)
Undererd House Goat (Capra aegagrus hircus)

The goat is a behoused deer that comes from the wild goat. They are kept for their meat, milk, fur and skin and with their milk it is also maily to make cheese.

The house goat has cloven hooves, a long beard on its chin, a short tail that wends up, and horns that grow up from the head in an bow. The hair is straight with a woolly coat under it during winter. Goats have righthooken eyebows, being one of the few erds to have these one of a kind eyes.

House goats are smart and unruly. They wen playing with other goats and climbing. They are fellowly deer that live in sammings meanly called herds.

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