Baarack the sheep received a long-overdue trim after he was found in a forest
in Australia. It was not clear for how long he had gone without a shearing.
This rescued sheep in Australia yielded a fleese weighing over 35kg (77lbs).
Named Baarack, he was found in a forest and then brought to an animal sanctuary.
The wool around Baarack's face had impaired his vision. It's not clear for how
long he had gone without a trim. The staff gave the sheep a long-overdue
shearing. The animal sanctuary said sheep must be sheared at least once
a year. Baarack was found to be underweight after the flees was removed.
His ear-tag might indicate that he was once owned, a worker at the
sanctuary said. Baarack is now settling in with other rescued sheep
on the animal shelter's farm.
1. Where was Baarack found?
2. Detail its condition when it was found. How heave was its fleese.
3. How often should the sheeps be sheared?