Normally, cows will scatter across the pasture and feed. But on Good Friday, a farmer in the Canadian prairie province of Saskatchewan noticed his herd of cattle all kinda hanging out in one place -- and moving very slowly. He just had to see what had gotten their attention, and it was a beaver.
Now the beaver is a national symbol of Canada, so it seemed a very Canadian thing to this farming couple to have a beaver herding a bunch of cows. Adrienne Ivey tells 980 CJME: "It's the most Canadian thing ever."
Yes, and the cows were so polite!