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This herd of hungry goats may look like silly billies - but there's a reason why they've scaled this tree. Some climb as high as 10 metres to gain access to the ripe fruit that the Argan tree produces. In these photos there are about 15 of the nimble goats, but the area holds many trees each with its own herd. Farmers use the sure-footed creatures to harvest the fruit tree so they can use the Argan nut inside the fruit to create the rare and highly prized oil. The pictures were taken in Morocco, on the Marrakech to Essaouira Road, the only place to harvest Argan seeds in the world. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS Please byline: Alison Lyons/Solent News ? Alison Lyons/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800