Sheep that eat algae will be saved in Scotland

Ronaldsay sheep that live in the archipelago of the Scottish Orkney Islands may disappear from the face of the earth. These animals, one of the rarest species in the world, live in the wild and eat algae, writes “Agro-Center”.

Farmers decided to unite and do their best in order to save the unique breed of sheep.

Nature itself regulates the life cycle of Ronaldsay sheep. They come to the coast during low tide, eat algae, and return to the forest. Billy Moorier, the owner of the valuable herd, intends to do everything possible to keep the sheep close to their natural habitat.

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