- A video has shown some goats tethered inside a Nigerian zoo, and many people are asking if goats are also kept there
- Although the short clip did not reveal where the zoo is located, the person who spoke in it asks exactly what the goats are doing there
- People on social media have also been offering their opinions on the short video with some saying the goats could be used to feed lions
There is a short video currently trending on Instagram which captures some goats seen in an unnamed zoo.
After seeing the video, Nigerians on social media are asking and wondering if goats are kept in zoos and for what.
Goats may be kept for feeding lions
Some who have seen the video on Instagram have suggested that the goats may have been kept there for the purpose of feeding lions.
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Another observer said the goats are rare breeds from Northern Nigeria, hence it is normal to have them there.
Watch the video below:
Instagram users give reasons why goats are in the zoo
"Pepper soup loading."
"The first time I saw this I just weak. Apart from that, immediately you enter the zoo, it's dog barks you will be hearing."
"That’s sokoto red goats is not common in south, east and west."
"This is ogba zoo, they use the goats to feed the lions."
"Na goat Wey Dem keep as refreshments for tigers & lions."
"Ogba Zoo no want just upgrade at all, naso their lion be like ram too."
"Left speechless how? Where did goat supposed Dey? Is it not an animal too? This country sef."
"A Zoo is a Zoological park! That particular goat is not a native of that geography. Having it in your collection is good exposure. Go there to learn and enjoy yourself and not complain!"
Ogun zoo issues funny notice to visitors
According to the notice, anyone caught throwing objects at animals such as crocodiles would be forced to go into the cage and retrieve the object.
The funny notice went viral and caught the attention of Nigerians who said authorities at the zoo are joking.