字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 uncle. First you go first. Farmers in Wisconsin got quite a surprise when one of their goats went into labor and was having some trouble delivering. You can figure out what was going on at first, and I took me a little bit. I realize that there was the two heads were connected, so I called my mom and dad, and we're very shocked to see you two heads, Jocelyn Nesky says. It's only been a few days, but Janice is a lot like the other goats. They don't know what the cause of this condition is or if it's life threatening. But he seems to be just a curious and energetic as any kid. He has some limits. His head is heavy, it's very heavy. So he has been getting better and holding his head up. He's very feisty. He wants to get up and move around. But he she has troubles with balance and controlling his legs and his neck. Yeah, he's very sweet. He's a fighter. He's also hungry. Okay, again, with two mouths taking in food, he's getting all of the nourishment he needs to grow big and strong. He hasn't seen a veterinarian yet. His owner's heir trying to protect him and themselves from any possible Corona virus exposure. In the meantime, Janice seems to be enjoying life and now has a social media fan base that is actively watching him charge forward. He's very happy. He's very spoiled. I think he knows it, too. For inside edition dot com, I'm Marrow Montalbano.