Impressive Sheep Facts


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1. In 2013, 160 sheep were stolen from the Dorset village of Wool.
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2. The bagpipe was first made from the liver of a sheep.
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3. Sheep can recognize other sheep from pictures!
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4. Herds of sheep moved at night must have a white light at the front and a red light at the rear.
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5. Sheared sheep don't recognize each other and fight for a few days to re-establish a hierarchy.
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6. Sheep outnumber humans in New Zealand 15 to 1.
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7. A sheep, a duck and a rooster were the first passengers in a hot air balloon.
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8. Sheep can recognize other sheep from pictures.
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9. Sheep can recognize each other through pictures.
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10. Sheep can see behind themselves without moving their heads.
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11. A sheep, a duck and a rooster were the first animals to fly in a hot air balloon.

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