Fun fact: these goats are bred to paralyze like this when they are afraid. They’d mix these ones in with the ones that don’t faint so if a predator comes to feed on the herd it gives the herd a chance to escape while they feed on the fainted ones. Minimizing loss.
@YourMomRidesMeGood, nice to see other people know things about aminals too! To add to that, the fainting is actually a neurological defect and can be harmful to the goat.
@aminalFacks, Is it not a vasovagal response?
@PBnJ, nope. They're actually conscious when they do this. It's all neurological. Their muscles tense up and they just fall over
@aminalFacks, *in the goat's mind* ah fvck fvck fvck
@aminalFacks, eaten alive... nice.
@aminalFacks, it can alsow happen to humans
@The Flame War, Can confirm. I have fainting goat syndrome. It’s medical name is Myatonia Congenita. I don’t fall over like that though.
Goat.exe has stopped working
"Oh... my friends fell asleep..."
I’ve never made someone faint at the sight of my balls before. Oh well. *sigh*