Goats Instead of Firefighters: Animals Saved a World-Famous Library

Wildfires that are common in California pose a serious threat to President Ronald Reagan’s world-famous library. The library spokeswoman Melissa Giller told that animals saved the building from a fire, writes “Agro-Center”.

Local goats ate vegetation near the building, which created a so-called fire clearance. Giller added that bringing animals to the library has become an annual practice. The presence of the fire clearance helped the fire department immensely.

It should be noted that fires in California have already occupied more than 1,300 acres (about 526 hectares) of land. The fire is a threat to 6,500 homes in the state.

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