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Like [[cow]]s, goats also produced [[milk]] which [[human]]s consumed. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Ghosts of India (novel)|Ghosts of India]]'')
 
Like [[cow]]s, goats also produced [[milk]] which [[human]]s consumed. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Ghosts of India (novel)|Ghosts of India]]'')
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Goats were present on the [[Santa Maria (ship)|Santa Maria]] in[[ Christopher Columbus]]' voyage to the [[Americas|new world]] in [[1492]]. ([[AUDIO]]: [[Trouble in Paradise (audio story)|''Trouble in Paradise'']])
   
 
In [[1921]], [[Buster Keaton]] starred a film in which he played a goat. [[Liv Chenka]] and [[Martin Donaldson]] saw the film at a [[cinema]] in [[London]]. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[A Life in the Day (audio story)|A Life in the Day]]'')
 
In [[1921]], [[Buster Keaton]] starred a film in which he played a goat. [[Liv Chenka]] and [[Martin Donaldson]] saw the film at a [[cinema]] in [[London]]. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[A Life in the Day (audio story)|A Life in the Day]]'')

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A goat was an animal that was a common sight in India.

Like cows, goats also produced milk which humans consumed. (PROSE: Ghosts of India)

Goats were present on the Santa Maria in Christopher Columbus' voyage to the new world in 1492. (AUDIO: Trouble in Paradise)

In 1921, Buster Keaton starred a film in which he played a goat. Liv Chenka and Martin Donaldson saw the film at a cinema in London. (AUDIO: A Life in the Day)

Upon landing in Calcutta in 1947, the Tenth Doctor was, perhaps jokingly, worried about scaring the goats. So prevalent were goats in Indian society that it could be troubling if they were absent. Cameron Campbell once travelled in rural India and was disturbed by the fact he couldn't see even one child pulling a goat around by a string. (PROSE: Ghosts of India)

Breeds

Mountain goats were amongst the distinctive subspecies known to exist on Earth. (PROSE: Ghosts of India)

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