According to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”, a sheep in Australia had removed 34 kilograms of wool from it, in the first process of shearing the animal in years.
The sheep was called Barak, and it was left to live on the land, and its wool grew and became dense in a way that confused its movement.
When one of the animal sanctuaries in the Lansfield area weaned on the matter of the sheep, she sheared its wool and helped it to return to its former vitality.
The sheep appeared in a very different form after the pile of wool was removed from it by volunteers, and it was also able to see better because the wool was wrapping it on all sides.
The volunteers spent an hour mowing the wool of the sheep, which usually only takes a few minutes.
The sheep Barak is striving to adapt to his new life, currently, inside the reserve, while its wool was a “stronghold” for harmful and annoying insects.
The animal was found, earlier this February, 40 miles north of Melbourne.
This Australian sheep is descended from a family called “bruce”, which is a herbivorous animal whose wool usually sheds spontaneously.
But when these sheep became raised by humans on farms, and were no longer left on the land, they needed someone to shear their wool annually, so that they would not find themselves burdened with what hinders their movement.