Wave Goat

These goats live in and near The Waves. They are known for their long horns that seem to circle near their heads. Think long-horn mountain goats but with the ability to move around a magic mountain range.

Basic Information

Anatomy

The goat has four legs, a tail, two eyes, a nose, and two horns on either side of the head. Near the two horns are ears. One ear behind or near the horn.

Genetics and Reproduction

They reproduce sexually and give birth to live offspring.

Ecology and Habitats

The Wave Goat lives in and near the The Waves. Their favorite kinds of grasses and other plants only grow in The Waves.

Additional Information

Domestication

The goat can be domesticated. The goat is normally raised in a closed paddock with other goats. Domesticated goats will normally have shorter horns and if they are long they are more curved.

Uses, Products & Exploitation

The goat is used to eat weeds when domesticated. The goat can be shaved to get wool. Females can also be milked after birth. The milk is then used to make cheese and butter. The goats are also used for meat too.

Perception and Sensory Capabilities

The goat has average sight, hearing, and smell. The goat also has a weird ability to know when the mountain is about to move. They can also phase through rocks in the event of a cave-in.
Lifespan
13 years
Average Height
4 feet
Average Weight
200 pounds
Average Length
5 feet