A sheep is a four legged mammal. It`s fleece will not burn. On each leg it has two toes. They are mostly white but can be black. Rams horns are twirled and they can use them to charge!
Sheep have a big, fat fleece on them and they are really woolly. They always follow each other too. Sometimes they are black and sometimes they are white. There are different kinds of sheep.
Sheep are woolly mammals. Sheep live in big, dry paddocks and their farmers feed them hay, oats or barley, or sheep help themselves to some green grass. Adult sheep can weigh up to 50kg. Lambs can weigh up to 15kg. Sheep usually live up to 10 to 12 years old or they get a disease and die. Sheep are not really wild!
The sheep is an animal which is produced for their wool. The sheep look like somethings jumped into the wool. A disease which can be really bad for the sheep is called Footrot. It is where sheep have rot on their feet. It is very gross and sheep can die from it.
Sheep have thick, nonburnable fleeces. If touch the fleece, your hands will get greasy. Most sheep are white. You can get black sheep but the black wool doesn't sell for as much and it can be hard to sell.
Sheep have a big, wool coat. The sheep's fleece helps us keep warm. Most sheep are white. There are some black sheep and you can get black and white ones too. Baby sheep are called lambs. I have two poddy lambs that I look after. Their names are Marshmallow and Elsa. They are twins.
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