Wild sheep found in Australia

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A wild, wooley sheep has been found in a forest in Australia.

The sheep hasn’t been shawn in a long time and had more than 35kg of wool on her.

The sheep was found by a member of the public on Edgar’s Mission Farm Sanctuary which is about 60 kilometres north of Melbourne.

The sheep was once an owned as it had been been ear-tagged. However, this appeared to have been torn out by the thick matted wool around his face.

After his much-needed shearing, the wool was officially weighed in at 35.4 kilograms.

The sheep has been nicknamed Baarack by his rescuers and is now settling in with other rescued sheep at Edgar’s Mission Farm.

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