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Viral Footage Of A Goat Beauty Contest Has Us All Wanting A Goat

What do you do when you live in a town with a name meaning 'goat town' and have a lot of goats? You have a goat beauty contest, of course! That's what these people in Ukraine did, and it sure is a sight to see. There are a few things you have to see in life before you die, and this is one of them. 

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    The town of Kozova was founded in the 15th century and, according to local legends, was named after the huge population of goats living there. 

    Goats were first domesticated around 10,000 years ago. They were of much use to humans: their milk was rich, they were able to carry packs, and after they were killed, people could eat their meat and use their skin, bones and hair for different purposes. Today, many people around the world own goats for their milk, meat and wool. 

    The residents of Kozova never forgot how useful goats can be, and how beautiful they are! Goats at the beauty contest were decorated with flowers, ribbons, tassels, veils and human clothes. There was even a bride goat. 


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