Watch These Bizarre Tree-Climbing Goats (NatGeo)

This video will make you want to hoof it through Morocco.

On the dusty road from Marrakech to the coastal town of Essaouira, argan trees pepper the rust-colored countryside. The gnarled, thorny plants grown exclusively in southwestern Morocco and western Algeria may not be pretty, but they attract plenty of fans. Herds of hungry goats pose in their crooked branches, sometimes more than one dozen in a single tree.


There’s an explanation for the strange phenomenon (Continue reading on National Geographic). 


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