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Would sheep go feral?

Discussion in 'Lounge' started by Sally, Aug 30, 2016.

  1. Sally
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    Sally Active Member

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    Just wondering about how farm animals would act if they weren't used to humans and the farming regime. If they were free to roam would they become wild. Would dear little piglets grow into aggressive wild boars? Bulls are always potentially dangerous because of their sheer size. I wonder what the true nature of sheep is.
     
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    Sally that's an interesting topic, my answer is: we'll have to wait and see once the world turns vegan ;)
     
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    In Australia we have many feral animals. Cats ,dogs, cattle, pigs, poultry, rats, mice, rabbits, goats, horses, donkeys, foxes, camels, sparrows, myna birds, starlings, some cockroaches, bees, wasps, rainbow and brown trout, carp, cane toads and probably a few more I have missed. But sheep don't seem to be as big a problem as some of the others.
     

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