Shoulder height 30-47 inches (76-119 cm). Weight 150-400 pounds (68-181 kg) .In Spain a big Boar is considered any over 100 kgs. Females are somewhat smaller than males and have much smaller tusks.
Shoulder height 24/28 inches.Weight 85/90 pounds. Locally in Mallorca, Balearic islands, in the mediterranean sea. East of Spain. Hunting season in October to June.
Shoulder height 36-40 inches (91-102 cm). Weight 200-250 pounds (90-115 kg). Locally in the south east in the very dry areas
Shoulder height 26-30 inches (66-76 cm). Weight 70-100 pounds (32-45 kg). One of the world’s smallest wild sheep, except that it has a normal coat of hair, any wool being concealed beneath. The horns usually grow in a tight circle, with the tips turned inward toward the face
Shoulder height 25-36 inches (64-92 cm). Weight 44-81 pounds (20-37 kg). Locally in the north of Spain in the wet fields and in the forest
The common coat colour is brown with white spots on the back and a black tip at the end of the tail. Winter colour is darker Shoulder height 36-43 inches (91-109 cm). Weight 140-220 pounds (64-100 kg), sometimes more.
A smaller race, with stags weighing 180-220 pounds (82-100 kg). Compared to the European red deer, the coat is not as thick and is somewhat lighter in color. Antlers are not as long or heavy, but are still very fine, sometimes with as many as 16-18 points (or even more) and a high incidence of
Shoulder height 29-30 inches (74-76 cm). Weight 55-90 pounds (25-41 kg).Larger and darker than the Cantabrian chamois, with longer, thicker horns.
Shoulder height about 28 inches (71 cm). Weight 45-75 pounds (20-34 kg). Locally in the north-western Spain
The smallest type of Spanish ibex with the smallest horns. Overall color is a light brown. The horns resemble those of an Alpine ibex, typically growing upward in a V-shape, then backward with a spiral turn of only 90 degrees. Horn thickness is constant for half the length, then decreases gradually to the broomed tips.