What Is a Baby Lamb Called?

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A lamb is actually the name used to describe a baby sheep. A baby sheep can also be called a lambkin or cosset. The first animal cloned was a sheep named Dolly in 1997.
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you said it. Sheep is adult, and lamb is baby.
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Lamb between 12 and 24 months is called yearling; when over 2 years, it's referred to as
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1. Contact a farmer or rancher who has an orphaned lamb. Many farmers are simply unable to care for single lambs and will offer them for adoption to loving homes. Check your local
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A lamb is a baby sheep. Did you know an adult female sheep is called a 'ewe', pronounced "yoo"? Ask!
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