Heron hitching a ride on an alligator (or is it a croc?)
Llanwenog is a breed of domestic sheep originating in Wales. It was developed in the 19th century from the (now extinct) Llanllwni, Shropshire, Welsh Mountain, and Clun Forest breeds. The Llanwenog's native locale is the Teifi Valley, in western Wales, but it has since spread in to other areas.
Grey Troender sheep
Throughout my whole high school FFA career, I raised Suffolk/Hampshire sheep. I've had a Jack, Sally, Timmy, Jason, Jamie, Cooper, and Chloe! They weren't the smartest sheep, but they were kinda fun:)
Hokonui sheep. Re-domesticated Hokonui sheep continue to display feral behaviour patterns. They build strong family groups, and quite frequently a junior ram will stand guard over a younger lamb while the mother goes off to feed. Fine quality wool, which is very fine handling and free from kemp.
Adorable black nose sheep
Rideau Arcott Sheep. Wonderful homestead sheep to have, great for wool, meat and milk! Talk about a useful breed! (I particularly like the part where you can breed at almost any time of year)