Fannin sheep

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The Fannin Sheep is an evolutionary cousin of the Dall Sheep. Its main predators are wolves, bears and bobcats, along with humans. They can swipe, slash, and bite a Fannin sheep to death. Fannin sheep can mostly hide or run from predators. They are almost extinct, with about 100-112 of them left.

Fannin Sheep eat mostly grass, and sometimes wood. They are one of the weakest sheep. They live in hills, forests, waterfalls, waterfall grounds and plains within the United States and China and Korea.