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A common sight while traveling through the Judean desert terrain, Sheep and black Syrian-Goats.

Also known as Damascus-Goats, originated in Middle East countries such as Syria and was imported by the British into Cyprus, in the early 1920th. A Climate tolerance breed, therefore found in harsh arid landscape (Info from the web).

Picture was taken from the bus window, under late afternoon light, on our way back from the Mar-Saba monastery visit.
General direction east of Jerusalem, alongside the road was at 31.71, 35.3266 on the map.

RAW, F5.0, 1/800, ISO100.

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