A new-born goat in Pakistan’s Karachi could be named as the world record holder for the longest ears on a goat.
The two-week-old Nubian breed named Simba has ears that measure to around 48 centimetres.
The kid’s ears are so long that they drag on the floor and causes it to trip up while walking.
Simba’s owner, Muhammad Hassan Narejo, hopes the goat will become a Guinness world record holder, local news reported.
There is currently no Guinness World Record holder for the longest ears on a goat.
Nubian goats tend to have long ears to help to keep them cool in hot temperatures, however Simba’s comically large ears may be a result of a gene mutation.