What is the difference between goats and sheep?
Can sheep and goats interbreed?
There is a distinct difference in their appearance and anatomy. While sheep have a lot of wool the goats have a thin hair layer.
The second difference is in the feeding habits goats are browsers while the sheep are grazers
Although goats and sheep are closely related and some wild sheep look very goat-like, they differ in several obvious ways.
Goats tend to have curved-back, scimitar-shaped horns, instead of outward-curling ones. (The horns of some goats, such as the Himalaya markhor, are spiral or corkscrew.) Male and female goats have horns, whereas only male sheep, or rams, have horns. Most kinds of goat have beards but sheep do not.
Goats have short, upturned tails instead of the long, hanging tails of sheep.
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