Goats are curious creatures and, aided by their superior climbing abilities and balance, can get to a lot of interesting places. In fact, if you’ve seen domesticated goats, you’ve probably seen them hopping on and off their fences, testing their barriers for fun—and for escape.
Naturally, wild goats can cover even more terrain and relish exploring.
Some tourists hiking up the Montserrat mountain in Catalonia, Spain, spotted a family of goats making their way across the steep mountainside.
But when the goats came across a big gap in the mountain, the tourists had to whip their cameras out.
One by one, the goats leaped and flew across the gap without a hitch, landing perfectly on the other side. From the eldest goat to the smallest one, none of them had any problem crossing that chasm.