Mallorca Wild Goat
Also known as Balearean boc, this wild goat is recognised as a big game specie by the SCI. It is an indigeneous from Mallorca Island. Adult males can weigh around 110lbs/50 kg. They are mainly on the entire west coast and north-west in the Sierra de Tramuntana and the Formentor, Alcudia and Artá Peninsulas.
The Balearean boc browses on leaves, twigs and weeds and are therefore highly destructive feeders. Able to climb trees and feed in the branches. They are diurnal and have extremely sharp senses.
The oldest remains of this species have been dated to 2030 B.C. by archeologists that have studied the fauna of the Mediterranean Sea. These animals are completely wild, the biggest threat to their existence being the cross-breeding with domestic livestock.