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Tree-Climbing Goats of Morocco

Tree climbing goats, Morocco.The goats climb the Argan tree to eat the fruit. The nuts inside are used to make Argan oil - used to make natural beauty products.

Goats on the trees..well they get everywhere! In order to consume delicious berries, Morocco goats climb Argan trees. Fruit of the Argan tree has the nut inside which is used to make delicious cooking oil. Goats spit or excrete these nuts, which then farmers use to make the Argan oil. However, Argan trees are close to extinction because of the tree wood harvesting. Because of that, some organizations are trying to promote Argan oil to became marketing success in order to preserve these…

The goats are found in Morocco and they climb these argan trees each spring and summer to eat the leaves.

Goats climb the Argan trees of Morocco in search of food

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Tree-climbing goats! In Morocco, the native Tamri goats are so enticed by the berries of Argan trees that they have become adept at climbing the branches to reach their food.

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Get Out Of That Tree, Goats!

Get Out Of That Tree, Goats! Found in the small village of Tamri in Morocco, these goats climb Argan trees in search for food. Argan berries are about the best food a Tamri goat could imagine, and to reach the fruit requires them to be adept in an extraordinary balancing act that’s quite unexpected from a hoofed animal.

In southwestern Morocco, it seems, goats have a soft spot for the fruit of the Argan tree.