Nigerian Dwarf Goat – Capra Aegagrus Hircus
Habitat: West African dwarf goats were brought to the United States in the twentieth century. The Nigerian dwarf goat has been domesticated and can live in a variety of climates.
Adaptations: Zoos have helped in breeding these animals in the United States.
Diet: Nigerian Dwarf Goats eat hay and plants.
Fun Fact: These goats produce sweet, fatty milk. This breed is shown at American Goat Society and American Dairy Goat Association shows.