Lamb's name

Lamb's name


  • 1 The name of the voice of the sheep
  • 2 Breeding of sheep
  • 3 General information about sheep

Lamb's name

The sound of both sheep and sheep is called bleating (in English: Bleating), and the sheep is one of the ruminant mammals that humans domesticated at least 5000 years before Christ, as they are raised to obtain meat, milk, and wool, and the sheep are considered relatives of sheep, but they are more full And their horns are more forked, and their tails are shorter, and their males do not have the beards that distinguish sheep.

Sheep breeding

The sheep mate in the fall, and the strongest male in the herd reserves the right to mate with the ewes (in English: Ewes), and the female sheep gives birth to one or two lambs in the spring, and the lambs (in English: lambs) are able to walk several minutes after their birth, and they are weaned After four to six months, and become sexually mature after a year and a half to five years, depending on the type.

General information about sheep

Here is some general information about sheep:

  • Sheep are among the widespread animals. It is estimated that there are more than ten thousand distinct breeds of domesticated sheep all over the world.
  • The Argali sheep (in English: Argali sheep) that lives in Central Asia is the largest type of sheep, as its height at the shoulder ranges between 90-125 centimeters, and its length ranges between 120-190 centimeters, and its weight reaches 185 kilograms.
  • Male sheep live in a separate herd from the female herd called the bachelors' herd, and it consists of 5-50 rams (in English: Ram), while the female herd that includes adult females and their young ranges from 5-100 sheep.
  • Male sheep fight among themselves for leadership of the herd, and the fight may take several hours until one of the two parties announces his surrender.
  • The stomach of sheep consists of several chambers, as they are ruminant animals that re-swallow their food after chewing it several times, which is a kind of adaptation that enables them to digest cellulose more efficiently.
  • The sheep dies within a short period of time if it falls on its back and is unable to return to its normal position and stand on its legs.
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