We don’t know if this alpine ibex doesn’t have guests over because of where he lives or if he chose to live there so guests wouldn’t come over, but we fully understand why they wouldn’t.
When we first see the ibex hanging around his den, it doesn’t look to be much more than a hole dug into the side of a mountain.
It looks secluded, but it doesn’t appear like it’d be any harder to get to than walking over.
As soon as the camera pans out, it’s quickly apparent that isn’t the case.
This ibex isn’t just living clear of any potential flooding, he may be high enough up to need a couple of tanks of oxygen.
He definitely doesn’t need to worry about joining a gym because his journey home involves running a marathon that’s completely vertical.
One thing’s for sure, if you’re going to be buddies with this ibex, you’re going to need to enjoy constantly being on the verge of falling to your death.
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