Cameroon Sheep

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Cameroon Sheep at Jimmy’s Farm

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Cameroon sheep are a domestic sheep breed. They are hairy sheep, as a woolly coat would be a disadvantage in the African climate.

They are hairy sheep, as a woolly coat would be a disadvantage in the African climate. It is believed that there are less than 1000 of these sheep in existence, most often they can be seen at farm parks, zoo’s and some are in private collections. They are a resistant, problem-free sheep.

Cameroon Sheep at Jimmy's Farm and Wildlife Park, Ipswich Suffolk

Their most common colour is brown with a black belly, head, and legs.

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Life span 12 – 16 years
Range West Central Africa
Diet Grazers
West Central Africa
IUCN Red List of Threatened Species: Not Evaluated
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The males have horns and a thicker fur coat than the females

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