Australia has kangaroos, China has pandas, and Scotland is known for its… cows? Shaggy, red-haired, pink-tongued cows from the Highlands to be exact.
These are lovely animals that you will see in fields and paddocks across the Hebrides and even along the Scottish Borders.
But if you’re not actually in the UK right now, the pandemic means you likely won’t be visiting these gentle, heavy animals for at least a little while.
Don’t worry, though. The Visit Scotland team help travelers who are stuck at home with a ‘rusty camera’, so everyone can get their dose of the sweetness of the Highland farm animals.
Check out Visit Scotland’s social feeds and you’ll see cows from Kitchen Coos and Ewes in Dumfries and Galloway, and Swanston Farm in Edinburgh.
The cows were filmed in November and clips will be shown throughout the year.
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“We want people to always be able to enjoy our country and what makes us unique through the virtual experiences that you can still have from the comfort of your own home,” says the Tourist Board of Visit Scotland, “Using a tree as a scratching post, making their moos heard and having a good nosy on camera, the Coo Cam offers access to all areas of farm life.
– VisitScotland (@VisitScotland) March 2, 2021
Now go on. Enjoy the show.
(LOOK the coo cam trailer below.)
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