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Rainbow Sheep That Actually Exist In Scottland

WARNING: these images are not photoshopped! Sheep dyed in the brightest colors is quite a banal sight in Scotland. Farmers color their flocks to make them different from others and to protect themselves from thieves, to defend animals from parasites and sometimes just to make people smile. Don't worry, the paint is non-toxic and the process of dyeing is not at all stressful for sheep.

 

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Colourful imagination: The idea is that criminals will find it hard to run off with the brightly coloured animals clearly belonging to the farmer

Orange Sheep! - Tweedsmuir, Scottish Borders

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