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What is the difference between Goat and Lamb?

Asked by Jenske , Last updated: Jul 28, 2020

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M. Delilah

M. Delilah

Answered Jun 26, 2020

Goat and lamb are both domestic animals, although they are different species of farm animals. Goat is known as a stubborn animal. However, we can say the goat animal is an agile hardworking animal. The goat eats from the top of the plant. The goat also has 60 chromosomes, and they come in different colors and breeds. We have a brown, black-red, tan and white goat. Most goats have horns and beards. Goat produces milk, which is used for cheese; the goat meat is called chevron. The goat has hair.

The lamb is the young sheep (12 months or below). The sheep have 54 chromosomes, and their meat is called mutton; it has lower fat and cholesterol, unlike goats. Lamps are addressed as dependent animals and are always together. Lambs have fleece, which is sheared at least once in a year.

 

E. Jonathan

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Answered Jun 08, 2020

Goat and lamb are both farm animals, and both of them are extremely cute, especially when they are young and little. Some people even have goats for pets. The two animals differ in their eating habits; however, they are both plant-eaters; goats prefer to eat the top of the plants, while lambs choose to eat plants closer to the ground.

Sheep or lambs eat considerably more than goats, so they must be regulated. Goats tend to have a more prominent personality and are more intelligent than lambs. Goats are independent, while lambs like to stay with the flock and get lost easily when separated from lambs or sheep. The two different animals each have their unique voices. Goats have a particular smell, especially when being sexually active, while lambs do not smell the way goats do. Goats possess horns and tails that can point up while sheep and lamb are hornless and possess manes, although some have coiled horns and shorter tails.

 

B. Lucian

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Answered Jun 05, 2020

Apart from the fact that there are so many differences between goats and lambs, both animals belong to the same class i.e., mammalian class. However, one of the differences between the two mammals is that both belong to different species. Both can be differentiated by comparing the number of chromosomes in the two animals. While a goat has 60 chromosomes, the number of chromosomes in a lamb is 54.

Although the two are herbivorous animals, you will definitely notice certain differences in their eating habits. Goats are more intelligent than lambs, and they are not as sluggish as lambs. Unlike goats that have a particular kind of smell, lambs don't have a distinctive smell. Also, lambs are mostly hornless animals except for some, whereas goats have horns, and they use their horns to defend themselves. The milk of lamb contains more fat compared to that of goats. Also, goats don't have the same fat and cholesterol content as lambs.

 

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