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59° 21′ 29.56″ N, 2° 23′ 50.96″ W

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Description North Ronaldsay sheep. The sheep are a special breed which has evolved to eat seaweed. All access to the shore is fenced to stop them getting onto pastures as their digestive systems cannot cope with grass.
Date 2 October 2003
Source The Geograph Project
Author Liz Burke
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