Sheep in New Zealand
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Sheep in New Zealand

by Eri

Did you know that New Zealand has 7 times more sheep than humans!?

In 1982, there were 22 times more sheep than humans, with 70,300,000 sheep compared to 3,180,000 people, and it was the greatest number ever in New Zealand!

Also, sadly New Zealand does not have the world's largest number of sheep; Pakistan does.

There are many factors that have decreased the percentage of sheep per citizen, such as an increase in the number of immigrants. But the main factor is the climate change that has caused a decrease in the areas that are suitable for sheep to live in.

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