Newfoundland's a place known for its unique dialects, half-hour time zone difference and unique vistas. Now travellers looking to visit one the province can add goats standing on horses to that list.
Let that thought sink in for a second: Goats. Standing. On. Horses.
The unlikely sight comes courtesy of a film crew who spotted the two farm animals near Cape St. Mary's Ecological Reserve in Newfoundland's Avalon Peninsula, according to the video's description. Naturally, the crew turned the footage of the two unlikely friends as part of a Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism ad, asking the question, "What else would you expect in a place with its very own time zone?"
The 36-second short is one of 109 videos on the Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism YouTube page and part of the province's "Find Yourself" campaign, which hopes to lure in visitors with the sights of coastal sunrises, fresh cod and more, according to the CBC. The ads have proven so successful that, it's even inspired copy-cat ads around the world, notes the Globe and Mail.
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