‘Demon goat’ terrifies villagers

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It appears to have the facial structure of a human thanks to its delicate nose and lips, which appear to be bent upwards forming a pout on its face. Its nose also resembles that of a human’s rather than the snout of a goat. The pictures were uploaded onto social media by Samiraa Aissa who shared them with her Facebook friends.

They were taken from a video which shows two people pulling the animal around while trying to determine what it is.The bizarre clip has racked up tens of thousands of views from across the globe since it was uploaded online.

She wrote: “A strange creature has been discovered in India. The animal, whose shape resembles that of a human being, terrified a whole village.”

Author: Jenny

A freelance Journalist, and an advocate of peace

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