Goat-like, the serow stands about 3.5 feet at the shoulder with a stocky body, thick
neck, large head and ears, and short limbs. Its horns are stout and conical, pointed
backwards, and present in both sexes. Serow are generally colored black or reddish
chestnut with white on their limbs, and they inhabit forests and wooded gorges. Usually,
serow are solitary, and can be found from 6,000 feet to 10,000 feet in the mountains.