Baby goat born with 48cm ears

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A goat from Pakistan has been born with exceptionally long ears.

Muhammad Hassan Narejo of the Narejo Goat Farm in Sindh said the baby goat, named Simba, was born June 5.

He said that as soon as it was born he noticed its unusually long ears.

When he measured them he found they were an astonishing 48 cm long. This is so long that they drag on the ground when the animal walks.

Narejo said he is going to see if the length of the ears sets a new world record.

Nubian goats is a breed known for their long ears, but her ears are long even by Nubian standards. Scientist believe it could be a genetic mutation.

The farmer said Simba is in good health.

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