Tutustu kiinnostaviin ideoihin!

V yuyuu

V yuyuu

Morocco’s climbing Goats are real phenomena! They climb the Aragan Trees because they like to eat the fruit - similar to an olive. Farmers follow the herds of goats as they move from tree to tree because the fruit of the tree has a nut inside, which the goats can’t digest, so they spit it up or excrete it and the farmers collect them. The nut contains 1-3 kernels - ground to make argan oil used in cooking and cosmetics.

Morocco’s climbing Goats are real phenomena! They climb the Aragan Trees because they like to eat the fruit - similar to an olive. Farmers follow the herds of goats as they move from tree to tree because the fruit of the tree has a nut inside, which the goats can’t digest, so they spit it up or excrete it and the farmers collect them. The nut contains 1-3 kernels - ground to make argan oil used in cooking and cosmetics.

Goats in Trees

Goats in Trees

Shrek! The New Zealand sheep who lived in caves for 6 years, and looked like this when he was discovered in 07/13! This experienced farmer gave him a nice gentle shear, and he is probably much more comfortable!

Shrek! The New Zealand sheep who lived in caves for 6 years, and looked like this when he was discovered in 07/13! This experienced farmer gave him a nice gentle shear, and he is probably much more comfortable!

Questo sono io. Non quello con le corna. L’altro. Quello con il coso lungo lì….nel senso che …quando la fauna si manifesta attorno sicuramente sto smanettando con la macchina fotografica (però sta frase suona male)

Questo sono io. Non quello con le corna. L’altro. Quello con il coso lungo lì….nel senso che …quando la fauna si manifesta attorno sicuramente sto smanettando con la macchina fotografica (però sta frase suona male)

Did you know goats could climb trees? Well, anyway, I didn’t but it turns out, goats climb trees very often in Morocco.    These Moroccan goats you see in the photos climb the Argan trees with incredible ease, in order to get to the delicious fruits that the locals use to make oil. I knew some things about goats, but the fact that they climb trees was not one of them. And before you start yelling “It’s photoshopped!” check out the video on the site

Did you know goats could climb trees? Well, anyway, I didn’t but it turns out, goats climb trees very often in Morocco. These Moroccan goats you see in the photos climb the Argan trees with incredible ease, in order to get to the delicious fruits that the locals use to make oil. I knew some things about goats, but the fact that they climb trees was not one of them. And before you start yelling “It’s photoshopped!” check out the video on the site

Nests of social weaver birds  are believed to be the largest birds’ nests in the world..reminiscent of giant haystacks, each nest, some of which can be over 20 feet wide and about 10 feet tall, can be occupied by hundreds of sociable weavers at a time..the massive nests, made up of twigs, grass, cotton and other natural materials, have to be constantly maintained by the birds & they do this job diligently.. some nests have been known to last for about 100 years.

Nests of social weaver birds are believed to be the largest birds’ nests in the world..reminiscent of giant haystacks, each nest, some of which can be over 20 feet wide and about 10 feet tall, can be occupied by hundreds of sociable weavers at a time..the massive nests, made up of twigs, grass, cotton and other natural materials, have to be constantly maintained by the birds & they do this job diligently.. some nests have been known to last for about 100 years.

If only women were the same <<<< DUDE LOL

Unfreakingbelievable

If only women were the same <<<< DUDE LOL

THE BEAUTY OF ALBINO ANIMALS   -  WONDERS OF WILDLIFE

Albino animals

THE BEAUTY OF ALBINO ANIMALS - WONDERS OF WILDLIFE

so cute~~~~~~~~~~>

so cute~~~~~~~~~~>

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