Four sheep cloned from the same genetic material as Dolly roam the paddocks in Nottingham, England. The University of Nottingham hide caption

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'Sister Clones' Of Dolly The Sheep Are Alive And Kicking

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The village of Funningur is one of the scenic delights of the Faroe Islands. The archipelago's tourist board has a campaign for better Google Street View mapping called SheepView 360. Ullstein Bild/ullstein bild via Getty Images hide caption

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Lily chases sheep for the first time in her shepherd-mix life, at Raspberry Ridge Sheep Farm in eastern Pennsylvania. Several times a year the farm invites dogs for "herding instinct tests." Fred Mogul/WNYC hide caption

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Do City Dogs Dream Of Chasing Country Sheep?

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If this farm animal, featured in the Sprint Super Bowl ad, could talk, it would say: "Baaaaaad news for all the people who think I'm a goat. I'm really a sheep!" via Youtube hide caption

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The photographer thought it was a goat. The photo editor thought it was a goat. Sure looked like a goat to the author of this post. It turns out to be a sheep, in Dakar, Senegal. Claire Harbage for NPR hide caption

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