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    IKEA Employs Incredibly Talented Goats in Japan

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    Japanese IKEA keeps goats nearby the hypermarket in the position of “live lawn mowers.”

    In Tachikawa, a suburb of Tokyo, a local resident spotted herd of goats peacefully grazing near the Japanese IKEA.

    ​Enclosed in an aviary, they perform an important job work — nibbling the grass around the hypermarket building so that it does not grow too high.

    ​Nearby the goat's shed stands a sign with the wording, "Please do not disturb us from doing our work, we have families to feed."


    Goats at work. #tachikawa #tokyo #ikea #立川 #東京

    Фото опубликовано Shinichiro Sakai (@shinichiro.sakai) Окт 4 2015 в 5:16 PDT


    On the neighboring stalls hang photos with the names of these unusual "employees."     


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