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Playful Goat On A Rock Pile Puzzle Details:

About: Goats are naturally curious and playful. They are also agile and well known for their ability to climb and balance in precarious places; in the wild this ability helps them reach sources of food that other animals can't and avoid predators at the same time. Due to their agility and inquisitiveness, they are notorious for escaping their pens by testing fences and enclosures. They are among the earliest animals domesticated by humans. Despite having the reputation of being slightly rebellious, more and more people today are choosing more exotic pets like goats. Goats are herd animals and typically prefer the company of other goats, but because of their herd mentality, they will follow their owners around just the same. So what do you think? Would you like a pet goat? Finish this fun puzzle and let us know. Have fun!
Puzzle Of The Day On: 11/Feb/2018

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