Hmm, it's still a bit of a mystery. Here's what is known about the small herd of goats who went running through the streets in March.
The four-legged creatures with digestive tracts of steel make easy work of consuming vegetation that typically fuels wildfires.
Kenya was hailed for its decision to outlaw single use plastic bags in 2016, with remarkably hefty penalties. So why are the bags back in stores, piling up in dumps — and being ingested by livestock?
The video of goats dashing through the streets of San Francisco drew thousands of views on Twitter and was the subject of much joking. We asked a goat specialist to weigh in.
You'll read about a Kenyan ice sculptor, the risks to women from food insecurity, a poignant street encounter — and goats locking horns with sheep in a changing climate.
Two scientists were surprised to see goats and sheep hanging out above the tree line. Turns out they were fighting over patchy salt deposits. They saw 106 "interactions." Guess who almost always won?
Gloria Majiga-Kamoto, after seeing goats dying from eating plastic bags, took on the plastic industry and won the Goldman Environmental Prize. But Malawi's plastic industry still poses challenges.
The demise of the bag-consuming herbivores led Gloria Majiga-Kamoto to push for Malawi to enact a promised ban on single-use thin plastic. Her activism has won her a 2021 Goldman Environmental Prize.
How does a herd decide which direction to head in? Researchers put GPS collars on a gathering of goats to find out. Here's what they learned — and how it might apply to humans.
Readers are asking about vaccine protocols, the safest way to take off a mask, whether it's risky to engage in therapeutic cuddling sessions with goats.