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A mutant goat has left people flabbergasted after footage of the bizarre creature was posted online.

The goat was discovered in India and footage of the peculiar animal soon swept the Internet , stunning and shocking users in equal measure.

The freakish animal appears to have the facial structure of a human – with the rest of its body resembling a goat.

The animal’s lips appear to be bent upwards, forming a pout on its face.

And its nose also resembles that of a human’s rather than the snout of a goat.

It appears to possess the facial structure of a human thanks to its delicate nose and lips
It appears to possess the facial structure of a human thanks to its delicate nose and lips (Image: AsiaWire)

These pictures were uploaded onto social media by Samiraa Aissa, who shared the weird snaps with her Facebook friends.

They were taken from a video which shows two people pulling the animal around while trying to determine what it is.

The video has already had 37,000 views since it was uploaded online.

She wrote: “A strange creature has been discovered in India. The animal, whose shape resembles that of a human being, terrified a whole village.”

Earlier this year, a pair of amorous rats caught the attention of social media due to their human-like displays of affection.

A bizarre mutant goat has astonished internet users with its odd human-like facial features
A bizarre mutant goat has astonished internet users with its odd human-like facial features (Image: AsiaWire)

This bizarre viral video left the Chinese internet stumped because it apparently shows rats having sex in a very human-like posture.

Netizens on Chinese social sites said they were stunned to see the fat rodents getting steamy in public – and in missionary position no less.

While animal experts and rodent researchers will say that the scenes are not uncommon, the majority of online users said they had never seen anything like it.

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Why you should never allow your dog to lick you – it could be life threatening



As a nation of animal lovers, we happily lavish affection on our furry friends.

Dogs also love to show us affection – and will sometimes give us a lick, whether or not we like it.

But if you thought the worst part was a gust of dog breath to the face, then you’d be very wrong.

Letting your dog lick your face can potentially kill you.

Author and dog expert Marty Becker told Doggies Care : “All you have to do is look, watch, smell and you’ll realise that is not true.

“They raid the garbage can. You know, we give each other a peck on the cheek when we say hello, they give each other a peck on the rear end.”

Dogs love to show affection – but it’s not always a good idea to encourage it

John Oxford, professor of virology and bacteriology at the Queen Mary University in London, painted a grim but effective picture of the bacteria present in your dog’s mouth and muzzle.

“It is not just what is carried in saliva. Dogs spend half their life with their noses in nasty corners or hovering over dog droppings so their muzzles are full of bacteria, viruses and germs of all sorts.”

The list of potential diseases is a worrying one.

Tinea corporis infection (ring worm)

Capnocytophaga Canimorsus is an organism carried in the mouths of dogs, and it causes a very bad sepsis infection.

If you do catch this, your first symptoms will resemble those of other illnesses: fever, chills, sweats and a lack of energy. You will, however, fall ill much more quickly than you would with a more commonplace infection.

Next on the list is ringworm – one of the easiest diseases for your dog to pass onto you from their saliva.

MRSA bacteria (Image: Getty)

Dogs can also carry round MRSA and not have it affect them. One little lick from them, however, can be bad news for humans.

Staphylococcus aureus is similar to MRSA and, but is more resistant to treatment.

It’s also worth being aware that there’s a higher risk of infants becoming infected by a dog licking them.

Of course, we should all welcome shows of affection from our pets and not live in fear of it, but its worth being wary of getting a too close to a dog’s mouth.

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