Traducción de ibex en Español:

ibex

cabra montés, n.

Pronunciación /ˈaɪˌbɛks//ˈʌɪbɛks/

nombre

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    cabra montés femenino
    íbice masculino
    • She says deer, elk, Nubian ibex, antelope, bison and yak are particular favourites for canned hunters.
    • And most of these animals are grass-eaters (herbivores): horses, bison, deer, reindeer and ibex.
    • If you are lucky you may see an ibex, or wild mountain goat.
    • Favorite Tuvinian dishes feature heavy-antlered Siberian elk and Siberian ibex, among the largest of mountain goats.
    • That the ibex are not killed for their wool would make a valuable statement.
    • A line engraving of an ibex - a type of deer - resembles cave art found at the world-famous Lascaux and Chauvet sites in France and Spain.
    • Here, children learn how ancient artists used natural pigments such as ground earth to render their ‘cave paintings’ of bison, deer, ibex and more.
    • Our initial assessment is that this is a figure of a male ibex, and its style suggests a date of 12,500-12,000 years ago.
    • Looking up the gorge wall, I suddenly spotted an ibex nibbling at early spring shoots.
    • I like this coat of arms that has a half an ibex on it.
    • A hunter who killed a hundred ibex was a legend long after he died.
    • Nature lovers take note, the area is home to the grey wolf, Blandford's fox, the sand cat and the ibex, as well as 110 recorded species of birds.
    • On the same jar, a drawing of a stylized tree with two grazing ibexes probably represents the goddess.
    • Like the baboons, the ibex had somehow learned to defy the odds.
    • The engraving may represent a rare sighting of an ibex that had strayed from south-west Europe.
    • The walia ibex exist only in or near the miniature Simen Mountains National Park.
    • Most of the panels include motifs of animals, principally aurochs, horse, ibex, and red deer.
    • At the top is an Ovis Amman, then two markhoors (wild goats), an ibex, and two Tibetan antelope.
    • My favourite animal was the ibex, which appears in a number of cheeky incarnations throughout the chamber.
    • They almost pride themselves of not being able to tell a larch from a fir, a roe buck from an ibex.