Meet Simba, The Pakistani Goat With Ears So Long He Might Set A World Record

Simba the goat's ears are currently 23 inches long and have received attention from around the world.

When Simba the goat was born on June 4, 2022 in Karachi, Pakistan, his owner Hassan Narejo was stunned by his long ears. And the Anglo-Nubian goat’s ears kept growing — and growing and growing. Now, his owner is appealing to Guinness World Records to come check Simba out.

“They have accepted our application,” Narejo announced, according to PEOPLE. “Within 10 to 12 weeks, a team of Guinness Book of World Records will be here in Pakistan to measure its ears.”
According to NPR, Narejo named the long-eared goat after his favorite Lion King character after his birth. And as Simba started to get bigger, Narejo noticed that his ears did, too. Simba’s ears were 19 inches long when he was born, and they kept growing.