On Sunday, a 7.8-magnitude earthquake rocked New Zealand. Two people have been reported dead, and the quake significantly damaged several highways and railroads, BBC reports. The quake also left three very pathetic-looking cows stranded on a small patch of grass that did not sink into the ground during the quake, near the town of Kaikoura on New Zealand’s South Island.
In case you needed some more depressing news this week, it is unclear how or when the trio will be rescued, Time reports. Good luck to both the country and the cows.