What epic absurdity have Russian dashboard cameras captured this time? Just another truck crashing in an unnamed town in Russia. That’s what you might think, until the cargo of said truck reveals itself to be piles and piles of cows — bovines spilling and scattering across the road.
Remarkably, most of those cows seem fairly resilient, standing up and acting pretty, well, cow-like after the horrible trauma. Oh, and I hope the driver is OK. [YouTube via Reddit]
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