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Animals cannot use the internet, and yet they are one of the primary sources of joy on it, whether they are doing human things, making unlikely friends, or being unconscionable little rascals. The great llama chase of 2015 will remain one of the only moments in history that the entirety of Twitter rallied together in joyous unison with almost no possible way to devolve into partisan bickering. And while there are certainly some easy jokes to be made here, we are going to avoid them and just enjoy the wholesome, almost Dukes Of Hazzard-style image of this Texas highway overrun with merry pigs that authorities were forced to haplessly corral.

Clips of it are all over Twitter:

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But true, hardcore fans will enjoy the full 90-minute live broadcast that originally drew people’s attention for its enigmatic sense of wholesome mayhem:

The saga began when an 18-wheeler full of pigs tipped onto its side this morning. (The driver sustained no injuries.) It ended when—well, who gives a shit? Hopefully the pigs are all either still evading authorities or standing on each other’s shoulders while wearing trench coats and attempting to pass as normal bystanders, here to see what all the fuss is about, then waddling back into the crowd, never to return.

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