Mountain goats (Oreamnos americanus) typically live to 12 -15 years of age in the wild, often dying because their teeth have worn down and cannot process food anymore. Their age can be determined by the annual growth rings in their horns, much like trees. In captivity they can reach 16-20 years.
Mountain goats can live to up to 18 years, but most typically live to around 12-15 years. They sexually mature at 30 months and have gestation periods of 175-180 days.
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