A sheep that ran away seven years ago returned to the fold, last week, in Australia.
Prickles had fled to the bush fires raged in 2013 in the village of Dunalley, on the island of Tasmania.
If the stories of her mop are varied, according to the channel ABC, Prickles is back on the 13th of April, with seven years of wool to shear.
“It is absolutely round, said to ABC, the farmer’s wife, Alice Gray, owner of Prickles. It is a very big plush wool, which looks in form and who is very happy now to be with his friends.”
The breeding has taken advantage of this unexpected visit to raise funds for the un High commissioner for refugees of the UN, which must manage the pandemic COVID-19 with this at-risk population.
The money that will be donated to wool Prickles will add to the donations page on MyCause, where Alice Gray was trying to collect $ 5000 IN (4500 $) while organizing a competition of esteem for guess the weight of the wool that wears the beast.
On Friday morning, it had already raised $ 7,000 in.
In 2014 already, a sheep at large in Tasmania had been found after six years and 20 kg’s of wool on the back.