It's a stunning phenomenon: Baby goats and lambs are widely known to be INSANELY bouncy.

The bounciness actually has a technical term: "Stotting."

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Of domesticated animals, it's only baby goats and sheep who do this specific kind of bouncing, where they lift all four feet in the air simultaneously.

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One especially bouncy baby named Maggie, for example, has been captured in midair on numerous occasions at Farm Sanctuary.

But she isn't the only one.

While people have hypothesized the reasons for stotting in wild animals, like gazelles and deer ...

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... no one knows why, exactly, baby goats and sheep are prone to float.

But one thing's for sure.

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It's pretty irresistible ...

... and a perfect photo op.