|Subspecies:||Capra Aegagrus Blythi|
Differs from the typical bezoar by being paler in color and somewhat smaller in size, and in having horns that are closer together at the tips and either without knobs on the front keel or with only a few small ones.
West of the Indus River in southern Pakistan and the adjoining Chagai Hills of southern Afghanistan. Boundaries with the typical bezoar to the west are unclear. Possibly a small portion in extreme southeastern Iran.
The Sindh ibex lives in arid cliffs and mountains, from near sea level to 11,000 feet. Main requirement seems to be precipitous crags where it is safe from disturbance.
Lodging is provided in camps into the hunting areas.
Hunting is arranged by stalking in private áreas.
|Silver Score||90 3/8||0|
|Gold Score||96 5/8||0|