A sheep who was left with one horn after an accident has become a farm's star attraction as their very own 'ewe-nicorn'.
16-year-old Peanut has spent most of her life looking more like a unicorn than a sheep after one horn was accidentally snapped off.
But the veteran Jacob sheep, one of the oldest in the country, has used her distinctive appearance to her advantage, and has become the star attraction at Hartcliffe Community farm in Bristol.
The farm's founder Rocky Pearce, 76, said: "We have school visits now and then and one time the children though they'd help us get her back in the van.
"But unfortunately, they grabbed her by the horn rather than the body and her horn snapped off in their hands.
"Luckily she wasn't in pain. She's definitely a character in the park and she gets a lot of love."
Peanut's keeper, Charlie Tucker, 85, says he treats her with boiled sweets during his tea break.
The Jacob Sheep Society said the animals usually have from two to six horns and Peanut is one of the oldest.