In the small town of Bryggja, Norway you can spot an island from the window of the few houses on the mainland. What you might not know, is that it’s an island occupied by goats. 

Per Johan Gjesdal is the man that owns the island – and the goats. They live there all year round, free to roam around as they wish and people often come visit them with boats, taking children and animal lovers to the island, almost like a petting zoo. The Circular visited the island as well, to see what it was all about (and check up on the goat situation), see videos below.

 

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