Sheep of Irish descent protect Dublin from fire Pets

Sheep of Irish descent protect Dublin from fire Pets

The ancestral breed of Irish sheep has been singled out to protect the mountains, one of Dublin’s most influential suburbs, from wildfires. These sheep – an endangered bearded species – love to eat plants, and the local council hopes that 25 of these grazing animals will reduce the risk of wildfires in the north Dublin suburb of Houth.

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