Goose is a breed of dog that is believed to have been introduced to India about 500 years ago.
But despite its origin, its breed has no genetic resemblance with humans.
In its native habitat, goats are an endangered species.
Many breeders in India and abroad have tried to breed goats, but they often find that the goats can be too difficult for the goats to handle.
According to a report published by the Animal Welfare Institute of India, only 1 per cent of the world’s goats are in good health.
According to the report, goat breeds are very different from humans in several ways.
Goats are more likely to be born with large head, short legs, a long tail and a shorter tail than human breeds.
They have a shorter life span.
A goat’s heart rate is much higher than that of a human.
They are much more likely than humans to die at an early age, and in the wild they are not aggressive.
Goaese breeders have also tried to introduce goats to the country by creating breeding lines for goats in different parts of the country.
But these are not enough to keep the goats alive in the country, says Dr Jairam Singh, an associate professor of veterinary science at the Indian Veterinary College in New Delhi.
While there are still hundreds of thousands of goats in the world, there are no scientific studies on the genetic basis of these breeds.
The genetic diversity in these breeds has been studied but the results have not been conclusive.
In an effort to increase the genetic diversity of Goas, a project of the Wildlife Protection Society of India (WPI) has been working to breed the breed.
Dr Singh, along with PFI’s chief scientist Dr Gopinath Chatterjee, have been breeding goats for a few years.
The WPI has been breeding Goas for a number of years, but this was the first time that a team of researchers was able to produce a single goat breed.
They decided to breed these goats to create a pure goat breed, and now they are hoping to produce over 50 goats.
Dr Chatterji says the WPI had already been breeding goat breeds for a long time.
The breed is called Goaeshala and the first one was bred in 2007.
According the WPIS website, Goaises have the same DNA as goats and are also the same species as goats.
However, Goas have a different coat, which makes them more difficult for goats to maintain.
They also have very low milk production and very low body weight, making them more susceptible to disease.
Dr Chatterjj says Goas are also extremely aggressive.
They attack and attack and then leave the area and never return.
They usually kill one another or attack another goat that they have taken into their own territory.
Goas are often the only goat breed in which a human has a healthy, productive breeding.
Dr Jagdeep Bharti, founder of the WPII, says that the WPIs work is not just to improve the genetics of Goaites.
It is also to create better breeds that can be used in research.
Dr Bhartii says that breeders and breeders are working to increase their genetic diversity.
“We want to give a higher chance of Goats and goats that we can use in research, and the more Goaishas are produced, the better the results will be,” he says.
According an official from the Ministry of Environment and Forests, the WPF has been making efforts to increase genetic diversity and breeding of Gooses for several years.
“We have already started to breed Goas in different states,” said Shubhendu Gogoi, a spokesperson for the WPFS.
“A project of our Ministry is working to create Goaise breeds, which will be used by scientists and breed breeders for breeding goats.
This is our contribution to genetic diversity,” he added.
In the meantime, Dr Chaterji says there are many other efforts to boost the genetic variety of goats.
“I am working with the Wildlife Conservation Society of Karnataka to develop a goats breed, which we are now calling Goa-Gosi.
This will be a hybrid breed.
The aim is to have a breeding programme in every state of Karnas state,” he said.
Dr Gopi says the goal is to increase breeding of goats by introducing Goas into every part of the state.