What an ****! Two donkeys slip and slide down an icy road as they make their way up a hill in India
| Faith Ridler For Mailonline
2/15/2019 8:22 AM EST
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Two donkeys were caught on camera slipping and sliding down a steep road as they tried to climb an icy hill in India.
The clip, filmed in Sopore in the Kashmir Valley, captures a group of donkeys as they make their way up an incline on February 11.
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The area had seen heavy snowfall over the past few weeks - and the road was covered in a treacherous layer of ice as a result.
In the footage, captured by Sajjad Ali, three donkeys walk up the slope as a man carefully makes his way down with a metal jar full of...
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