What Do You Call A One-Eyed Goat?

Have you ever thought that life isn't fair? You're right, and here's the news to prove it.

In India, a goat has been born with only one eye. The poor thing. And it's a goat, so it doesn't even have a good joke name. Like, "What do you call a deer with no eyes? No idea."

What's this poor animal got? "What do you call a goat with one eye? Kid." Well, it's got one I.

The monocular beast was born on a farm in Perundurai, Erode district, and has been drawing crowds to the farm who have been paying the observe such a rarity. And that's not fair. The farm owner will keep all the money, how much do the profits do you think the goat will see? And if he does see it, it won't be in 3D.

And the poor goat will be confused with all these people crowding round it. It'll be thinking, "Why are all these people so close?" Or, "Why are all these people so big?" because it might get the depth perception wrong.

And just when you think you can't feel wore for this goat, there's another story in the news about a calf in China with two head. That's just rubbing the goat's nose in it, which is harsh, because that nose is right under his one eye. While the goat only has one eye, there's a cow out there showing off with it's four-eyes and it's two noses. And it has two heads, so it's twice as clever as the average cow.

The rare genetic mutation known as axial bifurcation can affect both animals and people. I don't like this cow with two heads but I thin I really wouldn't like a person with axial bifurcation. Nothing personal, I just think they'd be a bit two faced.

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