Chamois (Rupicapra rupicapra) belongs to the class Mammalia in the order of even- toad ungulates (Artiodactyla). It can reach a height of up to 80 cm and a length of up to 130 cm, and some stronger males can reach up to 40 kg. Females are smaller and lighter in weight than males. The main predators are the lynx and the wolf, and the younger ones can also be attacked by eagles. Its food consists of herbaceous plants, young leaves of high mountain shrubs, blackberries and raspberries. During the diet they ruminate. Their lifespan is up to 20 years. In the Galichica National Park, it lives in natural and semi-natural dry grassland ecosystems and on rocky habitats. The chamois is protected by the European Document “Habitats Directive II/IV".