Thieves who stole hundreds sheep from a farm are being sought by police.
A sheep that had a horn snapped off in an accident has turned her handicap into an advantage, becoming a star attraction as a 'ewe-nicorn'.
The overgrown merino sheep is three to four times its normal size.
A pair of sheep have been found wandering 150 miles from their home in Scotland, STV reported.
The ewe and her lamb were discovered at Aberdeen Science and Energy Park on Monday - but their home is a farm around 150 miles away on the other side of the country, on Raasay near the Isle of Skye.
Scottish SPCA animal rescue officer, Lynne Craib, said: “They were oddly found wandering around an industrial area with no sheep fields close by."
Annabelle and Charlie are now in the care of the Scottish SCPA’s Aberdeenshire Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre in Drumoak.
This footage shows the dramatic moment Galloway farmer Stuart Mactier discovered sheep still alive after 11 days buried under a huge snow drift:
The mystery surrounding a rogue flock of sheep which took over a busy shopping centre roundabout in West Yorkshire has been solved.
Drivers and bus passengers have faced delays and disruption after a flock of sheep were found on a shopping centre roundabout near Leeds.
The Schmallenberg virus has affected 83 farms in England, killing livestock across the country.