Pyrenean Chamois
Latin name : Rupicapra pyrenaica pirenaica
The Pyrenean Chamois is a mountain game that lives in the Pyrenees, in the south-west of France. 
With a smaller body than the other Chamois species, male adults usually weigh 30 to 40 kg. Its coat is characterized by a reddish color contrasting with a triangle-shaped dark area around the throat.
The trophy is different from the other chamois’ with sharply curved horns.
Stalking is the only method of hunting Chamois.