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22 October 2019 Current Events Change in Nature: Cows Turn Non-Vegetarian in Goa

Goa is known as the heaven for  the tourists due to its eye catching beaches and surroundings. Amazing! Vegetarian cattle like cows, bulls and calves have changed their natural habits, turned non-vegetarian in popular beach villages like Calangute and Candolim, as they like to eat only scraps of chicken and fish. These cattle developed this habit after eating waste dumped by restaurants which consists pieces of chicken and fish. State government has roped in  veterinarians to change their habit.


Change in Nature: Cows Turn Non-Vegetarian in Goa

Goa is known as the heaven for  the tourists due to its eye catching beaches and surroundings. Amazing! Vegetarian cattle like cows, bulls and calves have changed their natural habits, turned non-vegetarian in popular beach villages like Calangute and Candolim, as they like to eat only scraps of chicken and fish. These cattle developed this habit after eating waste dumped by restaurants which consists pieces of chicken and fish. State government has roped in  veterinarians to change their habit.




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