Where Do Goats Live?

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Goats can be found in places that are hilly or hot and dry. Wild goats are found in mountainous regions or other wild places. There are about 600 different types of goats found all over the world.
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Domestic goats can generally be found all around the world (except Antarctica) where they are kept as herd animals for their milk and/or their meat or their fibre. There are over
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Goats generally live 10 to 12 years. There have been cases of goats living up to 15 years.
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Some goats live for 12 - 14 years, but the average lifespan is less than 12 years.
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Goats can be found in different areas all over the world, as can many breeds of goat. Goats are largely domesticated and live on farms. Mountain goats can be found on mountain ranges.
Goats live in herds, and their domestication by humans has led to them adapting to survive in almost every climate globally except the far north, where the cold and barren tundra cannot sustain them. In the wild, goats like to climb, and are usually found in mountainous areas.
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