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Man arrested for sexually abusing goat

Mulki: a person named Santhosh(28) basically from Bijapur is the accused who has tried to assault a goat sexually. The incident took place in K.S.Rao nagar, Mulki.

On Wednesday night 11 o’clock, this person stole away the goat belong to Muttamma his neighbor. He took the goat inside the lavatory to give his misdeed an action. But the goat shouted and Muttamma woke up when she saw this nasty thing she screamed aloud and woke up localite.

Public caught and thrashed and then handovered him to the  police. They are demanding him to be expelled from the town and sent back to his native
  • Published in Surathkal

Goat gives birth to human like babies

Mysuru: It is one of those freak surprises thrown by nature. A goat at the Solapur hamlet in H.D. Kote taluk in Karnataka has given birth to two stillborn kids   on Monday with a striking resemblance to a human face. The goat gave birth to first human-like still-born kid at around 6.30 am. Five hours later it delivered another kid, this time a female with human features. The incident became talk of the town instantly.

Nearly 70 per cent of the features are human-like. The eyes, nose and mouth resemble a human baby. Even the limbs are like that of a human. Only ears and foot were those of a goat. The owner of the goat, Bhaskar said he has been rearing the goat for four years and she has delivered around 10 babies till now, all of them normal.

His house is drawing crowds by the hundreds. Some felt it is an isolated case, while some others feared that the birth of such goats would bring a bad omen, and asked Bhaskar to dispose off the still-borns. Deputy director of animal husbandry Dr Devadas said, “In medical terms, the condition in is called fetal anasarta, means the baby body filled with excessive fluids. This happens due to a genetic disorder or infection.” The two still-born baby goats will be preserved and exhibited at the Mysore Dasara Exhibition, he added.
  • Published in Karnataka
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