Goats Put Their Graze Anatomy to Good Work

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The sound of hundreds of goat hooves echoed through a small valley overlooking the Pacific ocean in the Palos Verdes Nature Preserve, surprising passerby who watched as the animals munched their way through yard after yard of invasive weeds.

The 230 goats are the first step in a project to restore natural flora and fauna to a 12-acre portion of the 1,400-acre preserve that was burned in a fire in 2009…

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The Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy