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Additional Links to Visit Amazingly thorough site on sheep. I highly recommend taking a look. Detailed description on how cloning worked with Dolly the sheep in case you're interested Good coverage of the various breeds found within Ovis aries Fun sheep crafts for all! Lots of lamb recipes for those of you who enjoy cooking American Sheep Industry Association Web site Wisconsin Sheep Breeders Co-op Web site


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