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Photo of the Day: Life Is Good!

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In this photo taken Tuesday, October 13, 2015, Karen the goat eats blackberry bushes at Minto-Brown Island Park in Salem, Ore.

Salem Parks has contracted with Yoder Goat Rentals for a pilot vegetation removal project at the park. The goats will be targeting invasive plant species such as blackberry and English ivy. (Photo by Ashley Smith/Statesman-Journal via AP Photo)

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