A serow, or siwalik goat (Capricornis crispus), is a large mammal that looks like an overgrown mountain goat. This species has evolved to survive in the harsh alpine regions of Asia and is one of the few mammals that can live at altitudes higher than 5,000 meters.
The Japanese serow lives in Japan’s high mountains where they are protected by law against hunting and poaching. These animals are about 1 meter tall with long horns which they use for fighting other males during mating season. They also have thick shaggy fur to keep warm up in these cold regions.