What Is Unusual about the Manx Loaghtan Sheep?

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Manx Loaghtan is a breed of sheep which is characterized by dark brown wool. The unusual thing is that it usually has four or six horns. It is also very small and has no wool on its face or legs. The sheep is one of the Northern European short tailed sheep breeds.
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The Manx Loaghtan sheep are rather unusual as they can have more than one pair of horns. The rare sheep is related to the Hebridean. Its mutton is rich in flavour and has far lower cholesterol as compared to other commercial breeds.
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