The Gavle Goat tavern in Gavel, Switzerland, is home to a variety of goat breeds.
But one of the most infamous is the Gavles, which have a reputation for being incredibly aggressive.
According to an article in The Atlantic, “The Gavlens are notorious for being aggressive and can cause a lot of damage, including decapitation, if left alone for too long.”
And while they’re certainly not the most aggressive breed, they’re still quite dangerous.
According to The Atlantic article, “When a goat is mauled by a Gavlos, they tend to do what is called a “krab” or “kripper,” a brutal maneuver in which the head is severed with a sharpened axe and the animal’s genitals are torn apart.
The severed organs can be left in the animal for several days and eventually kill the animal.”
But even though it’s a popular animal for tourists to visit, goats are also a popular pet, as well.
According the New York Times, goats have “been shown to be more affectionate and trusting of humans than dogs.”
So how do goats make their living?
According to The New York Post, “Gavle goats, which are native to Europe and Asia, are not native to the United States, and they are often kept in large herds.
They are often bought and sold in large numbers.
A goat in the GAVLINS has a market value of around $100,000, which is more than a dozen times the average American wage.”
While the goats may seem harmless, a large part of the goats’ life is filled with pain.
According a New York Daily News article, the goats “are bred to be aggressive and have no fear of humans, according to experts.”
So, it’s best to make sure you get a GAVLE Goat in your life!