Today, we present to you one of the funniest creation of this universe ~ the goats.[advert id=”193564″]
There might be some instances that the goats’ image has been perpetuated by different mythologies and they might appear as really scary. Yet goats are just really naturally curious and some of them can even climb trees or destroy their pen because, why not? These animals love testing the borders of their strength and how they can just get away with it. Good thing they are a herbivore.
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Nowadays, a lot of families are actually keeping goats as their pets than livestock source of income for goat meat production.
Goats, Really Screaming
This video below is a hilarious compilation of goats screaming on top of their lungs like us. Yes, you read that right. Like humans. No matter what’s putting you down or emotional turmoil you are undergoing right now, fret not. Just allow yourself two minutes to sit back and drop everything and watch this video:
It’s really funny. Expectedly, some of you might wonder why the said animals scream like that. There are definitely answers that are provided by different goat experts out there. On Slate.com, a lot of these animal experts gave their two cents about why do goats scream that way:
“Yelling, for goats, is not unusual. They will yell for all sorts of reasons. Mothers call for their young when they get separated,” explained specialist Dr. Daniel Waldron of Texas A&M, and “Young kids also call for their mothers.” “They may also ‘yell’ when they expect to get fed,” continued Dr. Waldron. “If I feed one pen of them, the second pen may start ‘yelling’ because they want to be fed right now.”[advert id=”193564″]
Dr. Jean-Marie Luginbuhl of North Carolina State, a specialist in meat of hilarious animal, agreed. “In my experience with them, it does not take much for them to scream bloody murder, as if you are torturing them, when simply handling them.”
There is always a science behind every animal reaction. Right now, what’s important is that these honest to goodness horned animals agree with us to share a little laughter.