All breeds of sheep share a few distinct characteristics. They have hooves on the ends of their feet and they stand on two primary toes rather than a single hoof like a horse. Most breeds have dense fur known as wool and some breeds also have horns that grow from the tops of their heads. They feed primarily on grasses and other similar foods and primarily graze on grass rather than plants. They are also fed on pelleted food and dried hay – this is important in areas with less grass. They are found worldwide, with there being especially large numbers in New Zealand, Australia, Great Britain and South America.
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