Stock photography image - A rural little boy controlling goat

A rural little boy is controlling a goat with its rope. he is walking through a mettaled road which is going inside a village. Many peoples are walking through this road.

 

 

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A rural little boy controlling goat

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Image ID: 8443
License type: Royalty-Free (RF)
Contributor: Saber Sultan
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Categories: Animals And Pets, Lifestyle
Location: Brahmanbaria, Bangladesh
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