A group of goats took over a UK town on coronavirus lockdown and the photos are incredible

A group of goats took over the mostly deserted streets of a northern Wales town as the United Kingdom was on lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The streets of Llandudno are usually filled with tourists and locals but instead saw a herd of mountain goats roam freely on Tuesday.

The goats normally live out on the Great Orme, a rocky headland northwest of town, and occassionally come into the outskirts of Llandudno during windy weather.

With people in the village and all of Britain told to stay home to slow the spread of the new coronavirus, the goats were able to get a little closer than normal and explore.

Residents said their new neighbors were eating leaves and bushes in the town square.

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Residents take photos of the goats from inside.
Mountain goats roam the streets of the town of Llandudno in Wales on March 31, 2020.
The goats on a quiet street.
Goats cross the street.
The goats sunbathe in the grounds of Holy Trinity Church.
The goats explore Llandudno.
Goats walk down the sidewalk.
A goat outside a closed store.
The goats had free range in Llandudno.

Contributing: North Wales Pioneer

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