Goat antelopes are found in south-east Asia. They hold an intermediate position between goat and antelope. These animals occur in small herds in the mountain regions. They have a more or less goat-like build, goat-like teeth and short tails. Coral, takin and serow are the goat antelopes. Corals, the stockily built goat like animals inhabited throughout the Himalaya at an elevation of 3000-14000 feet. Both male and female have conical, backwardly curved horns marked with rings. They are found in parties consisting of 4-8 animals. Old males, however, are solitary. Foods consumed by takins in their natural environment consist of grasses and foliage. In captivity, they do well on a diet containing lucerne hay, pellets, rolled oats, cabbage, sweet potatoes, carrots, bananas, apples and fresh foliage.