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Sheep grazing in field, Auckland, New Zealand : Stock Photo
Latin name: Ovis aries. Exact breed unknown. England. Sheep are the most widely distributed domestic animal. There are more than 200 different breeds and they are raised for their wool, meat and milk.

Sheep grazing in field, Auckland, New Zealand

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Dale Boyer
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Latin name: Ovis aries. Exact breed unknown. England. Sheep are the most widely distributed domestic animal. There are more than 200 different breeds and they are raised for their wool, meat and milk.
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