Birth and Bonding

Gestation lasts approximately 150 days. Before birth (kidding), the pregnant doe becomes restless and leaves the herd but stays in visual contact. After the kid is born, she licks it clean and encourages it to stand up. The licking is important for olfactory recognition. The first hours after birth are of prime importance for the bonding between the doe and her kid(s). Twin births are common. 

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