Goat Simba should be in the Guinness Book: Ears of MÄÄÄHss, please! – News from abroad

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Simba’s ears are an incredible 48 centimeters long – on one side. If owner Muhammad Hassan Narejo comes to his senses, the animal should be in the Guinness Book of World Records soon.

According to international media, Simba is an Anglo-Cuban goat. Sudokopytníci are known for their already long flattened ears, but in this case, mother nature probably meant it especially well. All the more so as the pet was born about two weeks ago – so it cannot be ruled out that the spoons are still growing.

Simb is said to have no problems with XXL ears. A gene mutation is probably to blame. With fluffy fur whips, the goat has definitely snuggled up to its owner’s heart: the pictures show Muhammad Hassan Narejo lifting the goat by hand and kissing it lovingly.


A kiss for a possible-soon-record-goatFoto: ddp/abaca press

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A kiss for a possible-soon-record-goatPhoto: ddp / abaca press

The owner runs a farm in Karachi (a city of 15 million in the south). In Pakistan, goat farming is a traditional source of income and food. Narejo quotes: “We hope that Simba will soon hold the world record in the Guinness Book.” There was no goat in the ear discipline yet, the dogs had already been awarded.

If the representatives of the Guinness Book actually got to Karachi, then they would say, “One ear, MÄÄÄÄHss, please!”