During the day, goats' pupils narrow to almost rectangular, horizontal slits.
During the day, goats' pupils narrow to almost rectangular, horizontal slits. This is used to protect their eyes from too much sunlight. With their broad pupils they have a wide field of view of 320-340 degrees and can promptly recognize enemies like wolves.
Goats cannot perceive the colour blue. For them the sky is always grey.
- Scientific name: Capra aegagrus hircus
- Global home: Worldwide
- Conservation status: Domesticated