Aspromonte Goats are a breed of domestic goat that originated in the Aspromonte National Park in Calabria, Italy. They are known for their hardiness and adaptability to harsh environments. They are medium-sized animals, with males weighing around 150-200 pounds and females weighing around 100-150 pounds. They have a long and thick coat, which can be white, black, or a mix of the two colors. They are primarily used for milk and meat production, but their milk is considered to be of high quality and is often used to make traditional cheeses. They are also known for their strong and sturdy legs, making them suitable for use in mountainous regions.