Corsican Sheep
American Black Bear

About

Corsican Sheep are the result of initial crosses between the Mouflon Sheep with a wide range of other sheep including the Barbados Blackbelly.

Fun Facts

Within the stomachs of the Corsican sheep there are special microbes that break down the cellous of plants they eat so that later they can regurgitate their food to eat again. Male Corsican sheep don’t mate until they are seven years old.

Conservation Status

Vulnerable

Annual Cost of Care

The cost to care for this animal per year is $330.

Through our Adopt a Species program, you have an opportunity to provide for this animal’s needs by paying for the annual cost of care. Check out our Donate page for other ways you can give!

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