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Goats Gone Wild! Video Shows Berkeley Labs' Grass-Munching, Fire-Prevention Goats Herded Down Hill

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    Berkeley Lab employee David Stein shot this video of goats being herded down a tree-laden hill, near the Greek Theatre. The animals are used to keep the grass surrounding the lab short in order to reduce the fire risk. (Published Friday, June 12, 2015)

    Berkeley Lab employee David Stein shot this video of goats being herded down a tree-laden hill, near the lab’s Blackberry Gate, not far from the Greek Theatre.

    The animals are being kept on the on the premises to keep the grass surrounding the lab short in order to reduce the fire risk, a spokesperson for the labs told NBC Bay Area.

    Wait until the end of the video to see who’s helping herd the goats.

    The lab, operated by the University of California, conducts unclassified research on behalf of the federal government.

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