Katahdin hair sheep are a unique breed of sheep that originated in the United States, they have many advantages that make them desirable.
When people think of black and white animals they typically think of Zebras, Penguins, Pandas, and Skunks. When people think of skunks they think of stink! You should know that not all skunks are black and white, and they prefer not to use their odor defense unless they have to.
No not all sheep are white and woolly. Let us look at some of the more unusual, exotic, rare, and just plain weird, breeds and types of sheep. If you are looking for an unusual sheep to keep as a pet or for profit, check these sheep out.
Most people only know pigeons as the gray birds who fly around cities and poop on the statues. Those pigeons are mostly Rock Pigeons and are what our more exotic birds are descended from. In many places of the world hobbyists keep Pigeons as pets and often breed very exotic looking animals, some of which would have poor functionality in the wild.
Some sheep are polled, which means they have no horns, many breeds of sheep have one set of horns, often on the males. There is one breed of sheep known to have multiple sets of horns, often exhibiting four horns on males (and sometimes as many as six horns), and smaller horns on females. That breed is the Jacob Sheep.