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New Zealand Sheep and baby lambs

Traveling from the north end of New Zealand to the south in the spring, we observed the difference in climate through the sheep. In the north, where it was warmer, the mothers had already given birth to their lambs and the mothers had been shorn of their winter wool coats.

Just a few weeks later, down at the south end of the south island, where the temperatures at night were still bringing frost to the fields, the mothers were still heavy with unshorn wool and their babies

This was the youngest newborn lamb we saw, born minutes before

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