Anglo-Nubians are a large breed of goat that have an upright stance, large nose and long dropping ears.
Domestic goats are descended from wild goats from eastern Europe and south-west Asia. This breed was developed in the 19th Century by breeding British goats with large lop-eared goats that were from India, the Middle East and North Africa.
Goats usually give birth to twins after a gestation (pregnancy) of 150 days. They are kept in groups called herds.
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