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Rare 'Geep' Pygmy Goat/Sheep Hybrid Born At Petting Zoo

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Meet Butterfly. Butterfly is a geep, a rare pygmy goat/sheep hybrid. Why are they rare? Because goats and sheep don't normally bone. Butterfly was born to My Petting Zoo, an Arizona based mobile petting zoo. Apparently things get lonely on the road. Actually, I happen to know that's true. You see, I spent time traveling with a circus a few years back. "And you banged the bearded lady?" Her mustache tickled! The sword swallower though -- now he had some SKILLS.

Keep going for one more shot of butterfly with her mom and a news report.

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Thanks to Rich, who wants to breed a male sheep with a female goat and create a shat.

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    How cute! It is saying it wants to be petted!

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    What does it taste like?

  • Bling Nye

    "Delicious."

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    aww you beat me to it

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    Nice save.

  • YipYap

    What ever it is, it's pretty cute.

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  • Tjukk

    I just keep thinking of that episode where Lisa becomes a vegetarian.

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