It seems as if it wasn't only humans that went through the lockdown bad hair day phase when hairdressers were forced to shut down.
Baarack (get it?) the sheep is an Australian merino ram who once belonged to a farmer, but was separated from his flock six years ago. He has been roaming solo in rural areas ever since.
Okay, maybe lockdown hasn't been six years yet, but we totally feel his vibe. Also, let's seriously hope it doesn't become six years.
The sheep was captured and sent to an animal sanctuary in Victoria for a shave. His life was in danger because of the overgrown wool, and he needed proper food.
Once Baarack got rid of his overgrown wooly outfit, the wool weighed in at an astonishing 35 kilograms. That roughly amounts to 491 pairs of socks or 61 jerseys… but hey, who's counting.
After the big shave, Baarack looked as if he actually had a spring in his step. It looked as if years had been shaven off his life. Well, six years to be exact.
Watch The Guardian video below to see what Baarack looked like when he was rescued in rural Australia and what he looked like afterwards.
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