Your screen is to small to play this sheep web game.
Fellow Sheep is an online game which covers all four seasons (spring, summer, fall, winter) in a sheep's life. Each season has differnet rules. The sheep are all scattered to the field. You must gather them into the fence before something bad happens and also before time runs out. The dog follows the mouse cursor at all times. How far can you get? Have fun!
Do you like sheeps, and do you also like to play an web game for free? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free Fellow Sheep game online.
Use your mouse. Enter your name and click the play button to start. The shepherd dog automatically runs to the cursor position. Click the left mouse button to bark and scare the sheep.
According to sheep101.info they are very social animals which like to stick together with fellow sheep. In a grazing situation, they need to see other sheep. In fact, ensuring that sheep always have visual contact with other sheep will prevent excess stress when moving or handling them. According to animal behaviorists, a group of five sheep is usually necessary for sheep to display their normal flocking behavior. A sheep will become highly agitated if it is separated from the rest of the flock. When one sheep moves, the rest will follow, even if it is not a good idea. The flocking and following instinct of sheep is so strong that it caused the death of 400 sheep in 2006 in eastern Turkey. The sheep plunged to their death after one of the sheep tried to cross a 15-meter deep ravine, and the rest of the flock followed. In addition to serving as a protection mechanism against predators, this flocking and following instinct enables humans to care for large numbers of sheep. It makes sheep easier to move or drive and enables a guardian dog to provide protection for a large flock.
According to interestingfunfacts.com there are many interesting and fun facts about sheep for kids. There are over 1 billion sheep in the world and most of them live in China. A group of sheep is known as a herd, flock or mob. Young sheep are called lambs. Sheep have a field of vision of around 300 degrees, allowing them to see behind themselves without having to turn their head. The digestive system of sheep features four chambers which help break down what they eat. Sheep like to stay close to others in a herd which makes them easier to move together to new pastures. Domesticated sheep are raised for a number of agricultural products including wool and meat.