Yesterday, a mountain rescue team abseiled down the cliff face - but lost the sheep. It as eventually found by a photographer.
After being scared by rescuers it jumped into the sea. When it was eventually rescued it was found to be suffering from pneumonia.
But the farmer in Hornsea who owns the sheep, who originally thought she might not make it through the night, says she rallied this morning.
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