The Southeastern Spanish Ibex is a class 4 goat. It can be hunted in the Cuatro Colinas Game Reserve. The Southeastern Spanish Ibex is one of four types of ibex found in the Cuatro Colinas Game Reserve along the Ronda Ibex, the Beceite Ibex and the Gredos Ibex.
Iberian ibex, also known as the Spanish wild goat or Iberian wild goat, is a specific type of wild goat (Capra pyrenaica) native to the mountain ranges of iberia. Out of its many subspecies, the most commonly hunted are the Beceite, Southeastern Spanish, and Ronda Ibex (all three derived from Capra pyrenaica hispanica) as well as the Gredos Ibex (Capra pyrenaica victoriae). The Iberian ibex is a stocky, mountainous animal, known for its agility and glimbing prowess. Their flexible hooves and short legs allow them to navigate the mountainside with ease. They use this ability to escape predators, making them an especially challenging quarry. One of the smaller varieties of Iberian ibex, the Southeastern Spanish ibex is less physically daunting than its larger cousins, but that lack of mass makes it an agile, tricky target in its home range. The Southeastern grows to be nearly 90 kg at its heaviest and is identified by its inward-curling horns that resemble a sheep's. Their fur coloration is brighter than most other Iberian ibex.
|Habitat||Rocky terrain, forests, shrublands|
|Senses||Excellent sense of vision and hearing, decent sense of smell|
|Social||Common herds during rutting season, same-sex groups during the rest of the year|
|Active||Dawn to dusk|
|Weapon Class 4|
|Species||Caprac pyrenaica hispanica|
|00:00 - 04:30||Feeding|
|04:00 - 08:30||Resting|
|08:00 - 11:30||Drinking|
|11:00 - 17:30||Resting|
|17:00 - 21:30||Feeding|
|21:00 - 00:30||Drinking|
There are 23 ammunition that gives full integrity on the S-E Spanish Ibex.
- 10 Rifle Ammo
- 4 Shotgun ammo
- 6 Handgun ammo
- 3 Archery ammo