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In this incredible short video by Newsfare, you see the goat that overcame its obstacles in a major way! The owner of this goat, Lokesh Mishra of Begusarai, Bihar, told Newsflare, "We had given up on her, but she showed her resilience and started trying to balance herself on the hind legs. In a few days, she suddenly started running around on her hind legs only." When asked how the goat was born paralyzed, it was revealed that the mother goat may have been injured in the abdomen during her pregnancy. If this goat learning to walk on its hind legs doesn't inspire you -- we don't know what will!

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Cow On The Loose Holds Up Traffic in New York City And Refuses To Mooove

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When a Picture Says More Than Just a Thousand Words

Ready for your weekly dose of amazing animal photos? These are sure worth your time. Here's a link to our previous list, in case you missed it.

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When Petco Says All Animals Are Welcome Within Their Store If On A Leash, They Mean It!

"Clean up on all aisles" - everyone. Petco sure does keep its word! If you have an animal brought into the store, on a leash, it doesn't matter what kind of animal -- it's allowed. Meet Oliver the African Watusi!

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Purchased as a young cub from a railway station in Iran by a group of Polish soldiers during World War II , Wojtek was enlisted into the army as a private in order to be given rations and transportation. He was subsequently promoted to corporal and helped to move crates of ammunition during the Battle of Monte Cassino in 1944 – swiftly becoming a celebrity among the Allied troops. After the war, Wojtek lived out the rest of his life at Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland, and was commemorated by a statue in Edinburgh's Princes Street Gardens that was erected in 2015.