(David Jorgenson, Monica Akhtar/The Washington Post)
Health and Science
The best moments from Goatality
The Post's Dave Jorgenson visited Cross Plains, Tenn., to see if their famous fainting goats would react to the Aug. 21 solar eclipse. Here are our favorite moments from his visit.
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The best moments from Goatality
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