A newborn goat in Pakistan’s Karachi may hold the world record for the longest ears on a goat.
Simba, a two-week-old Nubian breed, has ears that measure around 48 centimetres.
Because the child’s ears are so long, they drag on the floor and cause him to trip while walking.
According to local media, Simba’s owner, Muhammad Hassan Narejo, hopes the goat will set a Guinness World Record.
There is no current Guinness World Record holder for the longest goat ears.
Nubian goats have long ears to help keep them cool in hot weather, but Simba’s comically large ears could be the result of a gene mutation.