Fact of the Day: Chrome Runs on Goats

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It's a well known fact that Safari's CSS engine runs on rainbows, unicorns, and sugar, or that Internet Explorer 7 HTML renderer uses copious amount of babies' blood. However, very few people know that Chrome runs on goats.

Exactly, 12,000 goats are teleported every second after a fresh reboot. TWELVE THOUSAND GOATS, people. That's a lot of greek yogurt. Like, at least five thousand yogurts per second. Or ten. I'm not sure. Depends on the goat being african or european. Or if they are about to be roasted. So leave those poor goats, alone, Google, they have enough problems on their own.