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 Post subject: Agadir
PostPosted: Sat Jan 10, 2009 8:09 pm 
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Pretty ordinary pic of a tree near Agadir in morroco.
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Check out the top right corner :)

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Is that a goat??? How in the world did it get up there??????

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Haha.. funny :lol:


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- Is this the fire department?
- Yes, how can we help you?
- Ehh, i have a goat in my tree.............

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people around the world put goats in their trees to protect them from predators.

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Leaves are more nutritious on top of the tree :lol: :lol: :lol:

@Khol - Good one :wink: May be you would have continued more :)

- What kind of Goat it is?
- I dont know
- How big is tree?
- May be 20 feet or something
- Where is this goat exactly on tree?
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palakaboy wrote:
people around the world put goats in their trees to protect them from predators.


Oh yes, i sure would'nt wanna be a treepredator when ther's a goat in it ;)

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 Post subject: Goat
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Yep it is indeed a goat! No photoshopping whatsoever ...

They climb up there as they like the top leaves as they are tastier I'm told. Amazing balance :)

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 Post subject: Re: Goat
PostPosted: Tue Jan 13, 2009 10:38 pm 
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hairyfrog wrote:
Yep it is indeed a goat! No photoshopping whatsoever ...

They climb up there as they like the top leaves as they are tastier I'm told. Amazing balance :)

Wow, that's pretty funny! :lol:
Never knew goats could climb trees that well!


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