How does a Ibex move?
they move by their leg!
There are nine species of "Ibex" or their Latin genus name, "Capra". The species are as follows: Spanish Ibex, Alpine Ibex, Nubian Ibex, Siberian Ibex, Walia Ibex, West Caucasian tur, East Caucasian tur, the Wild Goat, and the Markhor. If you want to be really specific there is ten, due to the Wild Goat being domesticated and creating the Domesticated Goat.
The Alpine Ibex, Capra ibex, is a species of wild goat that lives in the mountains of the European Alps. The Spanish Ibex and the Middle Eastern Nubian Ibex are very close relatives of the Alpine Ibex. Being an excellent climber, its habitat is the rocky region along the snow line above alpine forests of the European Alps. Today, about 4,000 Alpine Ibex roam the area of the Gran Paradiso National Park, Italy's oldest and…
Generally speaking, the ibex is counted among the nine species of the Capra genus. They have high elevation ranges from Spain (the Spanish ibex) to Asia (such as the Siberian ibex, traditionally treated as a subspecies of the Alpine ibex). Archaeological records are sketchy, at best. See the related link listed below for more information, including links to the individual species, and a nice range map.