A goat stillborn with a furious-looking human face that resembles a demon has frightened people on a farm in Argentina recently
The goat was born in the central province of San Luis, and it had already died in its mother’s womb. However, the moment it was born, it still terrified the owner.
The owner of the goat is Ms. Gladys Oveido. On the day it was born, she was helping the mother goat to give birth. After several healthy and normal lambs were born, this strange lamb appeared suddenly.
Ms. Oveido did not see a lamb’s face but rather a demon-like human face, with two round and protruding eyes, and twisted facial features that made it seem as if the whole face was staring at her furiously.
Ms. Oveido was taken aback by the scary sight, and it was only after she regained her composure that she realized that the lamb was stillborn. The rest of the lamb’s body was normal, only the head was deformed.
Her daughter-in-law took a photo of the goat with a human-like face, and it went viral online immediately.
Goat with human-like face terrifies locals, but experts debunk rumors that it’s a human-animal hybrid.
Recently, a dead goat with a human-like face was discovered on a farm in Argentina, frightening the locals. However, experts have debunked rumors that it’s a human-animal hybrid, stating that goats and humans have different numbers of chromosomes (28 pairs for goats and 23 pairs for humans), and even if a human sperm fertilized a sheep egg, it would not result in a viable offspring.
The local government is currently conducting an autopsy on the goat and has promised to inform the public of the results.
The owner of the goat, Gladys Oveido, was assisting in the birth of her goat when she came across the stillborn creature. The goat’s face was twisted and contorted, with eyes that seemed to stare angrily at her.
Although goats with human-like features are not particularly rare, the frightening appearance of this goat has caused a sensation. Some people even contacted the local police, prompting an investigation.
Last month, a half-human, half-goat creature was born in South Africa, which was later found to be the result of the mother goat contracting Rift Valley fever during pregnancy. It is unclear whether the same situation occurred with this goat.