According to foreign media reports, recently, a video of cotton -cutting hair from Australia from the wild was circulated on the Internet.
The sheep with a very rich wool in the video was called Barak. Earlier this month, people found that it appeared in the jungle outside the outskirts of Melbourne, Australia. Volunteers of the local animal rescue organization rescued it from the cliff.
Because the sheep that is manually domesticated and chosen to breed will not be trimmed by the natural hair removal, the volunteers spend an hour to unlock their thick hair. Usually this process only takes a few minutes.Then cut 35.4 kg of wool from it.
It is estimated that Parak has not cut hair for about 5 years.
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(Original title: A Monte sheep in a wild life in Australia has been cut off 70 pounds of wool for 5 years.)
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