Stay Strong: Two-legged Lamb in Southwest China Astounds Residents

A handicapped lamb in southwest China's Yunnan Province has learned to walk on its two forelegs.
Born in a local forest farm in Yunnan's Xinping Yi-Dai Autonomous County on Dec 20, 2015, it has no hind legs and learned to walk with what she's got.
The day after she was born, the tenacious lamb was able to stand on its own two legs. And later, it acquired the walking ability in about a week, said a farmhand who had witnessed its birth and growth.

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-4 1. Dennyboy commented 8 years ago

Not much good in an arse kicking contest though!... :D
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-1 2. tomthecabinboy commented 8 years ago

Would be great if you were a 2 person family.
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+4 3. Burimi commented 8 years ago

This is so sad :'( :'(
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-3 4. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

I love animals I really do but I think this is cruel.
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+11 5. marleymanbob commented 8 years ago

In what way is this cruel? the lamb has overcome adversity! It was born this way. Is it cruel for someone or something born with a deformity to live a life, is that what you're saying? I'm confused.
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+2 6. captain_obvious commented 8 years ago

make some cheap form of transportation or something for the poor creature.
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+1 7. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

#5 My computer crashed I hadn't finished what I was saying and then I forgot to go back. I was going on to say (what #6 pretty much said) I think this is cruel as all it would take is a couple of wheels and a bit of ingenuity and this creature could have a much more comfortable life, I have several friends who are paraplegic so please don't think I was being in anyway derogatory towards disability quite the contrary. I just can't see how anyone could see that creature and not be thinking of a way of improving it's life. <3
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+2 8. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

#7..Time to get a new computer 8-)
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+1 9. kissmybackbone commented 8 years ago

gonna state the (not so) obvious (apparently), those are goats, not lambs... unless they're spawns of the devil and were born with horns... >:)
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+1 10. Wotty1 commented 8 years ago

Is it me? or is that lamb a goat?
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0 11. buckleg08 commented 3 years ago

meat is meat...:P
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+1 12. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

#11 yes it is and we shouldn't be eating as much of it as we are. :S I still think that poor creature should have been given a support harness of some kind, just something to take the strain off it's back and neck. :(
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+1 13. krazeeeyez commented 3 years ago

#12 have you got a new computer yet?