Warning: goats might be on the road.
Warning: Mouflon might be on the road.
Two totally different issues. The goats were small and cute trotting around on their darling little cloven hooves. Possibly some feral, definitely some were being kept as livestock.
Mouflon? More fierce than darling.
Today mouflon inhabit the parts of the Middle East (Iraq and Iran). Mouflon were introduced to the islands of Corisca, Sardina, Rodes, and Cyprus during the Neolithic period (from 10,200 BCE to between 4,500 and 2,000 BCE), perhaps as feral domesticated animals. They have have naturalized in the mountainous interiors of these islands over the past few thousand years, giving rise to the subspecies known as European mouflon (O. aries musimon). On the island of Cyprus, the mouflon or agrino became a different and endemic species only found there, the Cyprus mouflon (Ovis orientalis ophion). The Cyprus mouflon population contains only about 3000 animals. They are now rare on the islands, but are classified as feral animals. Wiki: Mouflon
So, drive carefully. And, on the left. Because, of course, the British were here for so very many years.
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