Goat born with 'head of a monkey' in Egypt
Goat born with 'head of a monkey' in Egypt

Goat born with ‘head of a monkey’ in Egypt

While that headline might sound like the result of a five-year-old being in charge of our news but a goat really has been born in Egypt with the head of a monkey.

The monkey-faced goat has gone viral after its interesting looks were discovered in the Al Hedaya village in the Assiut region.

As well as an extra long face, the goat seems to have heart-shaped pupils.

Sadly, however, there’s not a happy ending for this goat.

“The strange shape of the goat’s face and the emergence of its eyes in this way, which shows the face in the form of a monkey, occurred as a result of a deformity in the fetus, not a miracle,” Muhammad Youssef, a veterinarian, told Al Bayan.

And that deformity sadly meant the goat passed away earlier this week after being alive for only two days.

Second Lab test confirms Subway’s tuna sub doesn’t have any tuna in it

Look away if you’re a Subway fan as a second lab DNA report has confirmed that Subway’s Tuna Sub doesn’t actually contain tuna.

Which makes you wonder: what exactly is in there?

Well, the good news is that it’s fish. It’s definitely fish. But the lab report from the New York Times couldn’t identify what sort of fish.

They tested “60 inches worth of Subway Tuna Sandwiches” from three different LA shops. And found that not only could they not find any tuna DNA, but they couldn’t identify any one species of fish.


A lab spokesperson said there were two conclusions.

“One, it’s so heavily processed that whatever we could pull out, we couldn’t make an identification. Or we got some and there’s just nothing there that’s tuna.”