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Subj:.....The Tamri Goats Of Morocco
          From: lubin100 
          on 5/21/2013  (S854d)
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Drawing from CinqAragon.com...
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The Tamri goats of Morocco have become adept at climing the Argan trees
to reach their food, the berries.  The goats literally climb the tree
to get to the berries.  Sometimes ten or more goats will climb the same
tree.  For a tree that only grows to be about 35 feet
tall, that's a lot of goats.

The local farmers gather the goat droppings which
contain seed kernels and grind the kernels to extract
it's Argan oil.  The oil is used in cooking and
cosmetics.  The Argan oil facial lotion is sold
worldwide at great cost to the buyer.

Photo from data5.blog.de
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This photo was taken by my friend, Dick Lubin, on his 2013 vacation in Morocco
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