Goats on a Tree ... RocketNews24.com - "... The argan tree is a drought-resistant tree endemic to the semi-desert region of southern Morocco known as Sous valley. The fruit of the argan tree is primarily used to create argan oil, which can be used for in cooking or as a cosmetic product.The argan tree is also frequently assaulted by hungry goats, who will climb the tree and strip it bear of leaves and fruit.The goats are said to have learned how to climb trees out of necessity to survive in this harsh, infertile land. They certainly look like they know what they’re doing, as they appear to move as they please between the branches wand whimsically supporting themselves on even the smallest space. ..." more: http://en.rocketnews24.com/2012/03/01/goats-on-a-tree/
+Ralph Roberts Quite an image!! Hard to believe this wasn't Photoshopped...that guy up on the top left looks way too heavy to be supported by that branch he's on. Compelling to look at this, though... boggles the mind in a wonderful way.
@Marc Mitcham It is very possible it is real, you simply have to have goats to realize this is exactly the kind of stuff they do all the time. We have a small tree that all three of my goats love to climb into the branches of :)