Tamri goats, Morocco

Tamri goats nibble on argan trees in western Morocco. Argan nuts are used to make an oil prized in Morocco, so droppings from these goats are collected and used to extract the nut oil.

( Jack Brunning )

Tamri goats nibble on argan trees in western Morocco. Argan nuts are used to make an oil prized in Morocco, so droppings from these goats are collected and used to extract the nut oil.

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