Kamori is a popular goat breed found in the Sindh province of Pakistan. They have a distinctive body structure with long ears and neck and a large body, and a distinctive color. The purebred Kamori goat is dark brown with small coffee-colored or dark patches over its entire body. Pure Kamoris are rare and expensive. Kamoris have been crossed with Patairee goats, another breed found in Sindh; hybrids have the Kamori’s body structure, but are less expensive. It is primarily used for the production of milk.