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The chamois ("Rupicapra rupicapra") is a goat-like animal native to the European Alps, the Corno Grande region of the central Italian Apennines, the Tatra Mountains, the Balkans, parts of Turkey, and the Caucasus. The species was also introduced on the South Island of New Zealand. Chamois are strictly protected animals under the European Habitats Directive. There are two species of chamois in the genus "Rupicapra". In addition to the type species, "R. rupicapra", there is the Pyrenean chamois, "R. pyrenaica". Chamois are in the subfamily Caprinae of the family Bovidae, along with sheep and goats. The French name "chamois" comes from Latin "camox", a borrowing from Gaulish. The Dutch name for the chamois is "gems". The male is called a "gemsbok". In Afrikaans, the term gemsbok became to refer to a species of sub-Saharan antelope of the genus Oryx and this meaning has been adopted in English. Subspecies: * "Rupicapra rupicapra" (chamois): :*"R. r. tatrica" (Tatra chamois): Slovakia ... Read more about Chamois on Wikipedia

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