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Ouessant sheep

Ouessant sheep - De Zonnegloed - Animal park - Animal refuge centre Adopt this Ouessant sheep

Features

Size:
45 cm
Nutrition:
Grassen, bladeren
Weight:
20 kg
Age:
12 jaar/ans/years
Gestation:
5 maand/mois/month
Status:
Niet bedreigd
{$lblHabitat}:
Ouessant (Frankrijk)

Animals in our sanctuary

Laria
Date of arrival
14-06-2013

De dieren uit de tijd dat De Zonnegloed nog enkel een educatieve kinderboerderij was, blijven natuurlijk ook op De Zonnegloed wonen.    Laria is ook een dier die hier al van in dat prille begin aanwezig was voordat we een Sanctuary werden.


Joske
Date of birth
15-05-2016
Date of arrival
15-05-2016

De dieren uit de tijd dat De Zonnegloed nog enkel een educatieve kinderboerderij was, blijven natuurlijk ook op De Zonnegloed wonen.    Joske is ook een dier die hier al van in dat prille begin aanwezig was voordat we een Sanctuary werden.


Corentin
Date of birth
03-04-2014
Date of arrival
03-04-2014

The animals from the time that De Zonnegloed was only an educational children's farm will of course continue to live on De Zonnegloed. Corentin is also an animal that was present from that very beginning before we became a Sanctuary.


Jodocus
Date of birth
10-05-2015
Date of arrival
10-05-2015

The animals from the time that De Zonnegloed was only an educational children's farm will of course continue to live on De Zonnegloed. Jodocus is also an animal that was already present from that very beginning before we became a Sanctuary.


Nolwenn
Date of birth
17-04-2015
Date of arrival
17-04-2015

The animals from the time that De Zonnegloed was only an educational children's farm will of course continue to live on De Zonnegloed. Nowenn is also an animal that was present from that very beginning before we became a Sanctuary.


Where does he feel most at home?

Named after the island Ouessant, an island in the Atlantic ocean, off the coast of Brittany where they originally come from.

What's his favourite food?

Sheep are ruminants and as long as there is grass, they’ll eat grass. But they’ll also eat herbs, leaves and twigs.

Fun fact

The Ouessant sheep is one of the smallest sheep breeds (if not the smallest) of the world.

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