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Sheep grows 35kg wool after escaping in Australian wilderness

Sheep grows 35kg wool after escaping in Australian wilderness

A free sheep found wandering in the Australian wilderness had 35 kilograms of wool on it after an estimated five years of unchecked growth. The sheep, named Baarack, was spotted in a Victorian state forest. It was captured and taken to an animal sanctuary, where it was shorn. In 2015, another Australian free sheep named Chris made news when he was shorn of a 41kg mane – a record it still holds.

Nunya 1 months

Interesting. all of our sheep have grown masks. And they are happily locking themselves in pens.

Jonny 1 months

Give that good boy a haircut!

Star 1 months

I love it he is a beutiful rambouillet

BlunderingFool 1 months

You hear about this sort of thing every couple of years... Wonder what the record is by now. 41kg is listed but I bet there’s others.

Janitor Jez
Janitor Jez 1 months

It looks as if it is about to put a black handkerchief on top of its head.

Rational ific
Rational ific 1 months

It's sad what humans have done to animals. No, cows didn't have huge udders, and sheep didn't have wool that grew out of control in the past. Now, chickens' legs break because they are need to be so heavy. But humans use other living things as they see fit with no thought of how they feel.

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