- The incredible goat walked for about 10 metres leaving netizens stunned
- The goat was reportedly coached by the locals for many hours until he became a pro
- The goat appeared to hold something with its front legs and pertly made strides as many watched in amazement
- Many people from other villages are reported to have visited the village to witness the spectacle
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A goat in India stunned villagers of Telwara, Bihar in India, after strutting about 33 feet while only using its hind legs.
The unbelievable moment was caught on camera with the video spreading around the world with many stunned by the goats amazing trick.
According to New York Post, the goat was perfectly coached by the locals for many hours until he was able to perform the hilarious move.
In the short clip, the goat could be seen walking upright for about 10 metres in front of stunned onlookers while appearing to hold something with his front legs.
The amazing act has reportedly led to many, from different parts of the country, to travel to the village to watch the incredible spectacle.
In another inspiring animal story, it was reported about a brave dog that was hailed as a hero for saving over 200 sheep from the Australian wildfire.
Stephen Hill, from Corryong in Victoria, took to social media to share the heroic story of how the dog identified as Patsy helped save their sheep as the flames approached.
Patsy helped herd the flock of dozens of sheep across fire-scorched paddocks in thick smoke while a raging bushfire just on the edge of the property was getting closer and closer.
Hill posted a short video of Patsy after she had finished rescuing the sheep and was resting and the video immediately caught the attention of other social media users.
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