The famous Moroccan goats, which easily and effortlessly climb trees in search of food, have conquered the world with their agility. Despite the thorns in the tree, goats climb up its branches and eat the leaves and fruits.
The task of the local shepherds is not only to drive the herds from tree to tree but also to collect the argan seeds that the animals leave behind. These seeds are subsequently pressed to produce valuable argan oil. This symbiosis is beneficial not only to humans and goats, but also to trees. The seeds, cleaned by the voracious goats, go into the soil and produce new sprouts.