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Sheep Still Found in North Iceland, Forty Days Post Blizzard

A lamb from the farm Litlu-Reykir in Reykjahverfi, North Iceland, was found alive after being caught under a snowdrift for 40 days. The lamb, which was in a poor condition, was found beside its mother which had died.

storm_northiceland_landsbjorg_8Search and rescue teams assist with the recovery of sheep last month. Photo courtesy of ICE-SAR.

Farmers are still searching for missing sheep after last month’s blizzard. Forty sheep are still missing from Litlu-Reykir, mbl.is reports.

Around 3,000 sheep are thought to have died in Skagafjörður, Þingeyjar and Eyjafjörður counties, North Iceland.

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