Unique goat born in Pakistan will be recorded in Guinness Book of World Records
New Delhi: In Pakistan, a goat has given birth to a unique baby whose ears are about 19 inches (46 cm) long. The name of the baby goat can be entered in the Guinness Book of World Records. The baby goat has been named Simba. He was born on June 5 to Mohammad Hassan Narejo, a resident of Sindh province.
Crowd gathered to see Simba
Crowds are gathering at Nerejo’s house to see Simba. Simba’s ears are so long that they touch the ground. they hang on either side of his face
He is expected to be included in the Guinness Book of World Records
According to media reports, the goat’s long ears may be the result of a genetic mutation or a genetic disorder.
Narejo hopes that Simba will soon become the Guinness World Record holder.
Simba is a Nubian breed of goat known for its long ears.
The long ears help keep the goat’s body cool in hot weather.
However, Simba’s ears are too long by Nubian standards.
Most common goat found in Pakistan
The most common breed of goat found in Pakistan is found in Sindh province. It is the third largest goat producer in the world with approximately 54 million goats. Some breeds of goats are raised for meat, while some are used for both meat and milk.
Chhaya Simba on social media
Social media users are also surprised to see Simba and his ears. Commenting on the video, a user called the animal ‘Rapunzel Goat’. One user even wrote a funny poem for Simmba, ‘Do your ears hang down? Do they roam? Can you tie them in a knot? Can you tie them in a bow? Can you throw them on your shoulders like the soldiers of the continent?’