Source: Bestiary 2, pg(s). 154
Sheep are domesticated ruminant animals with a thick wooly coat. The males, known as rams, often have large curved horns; while the females, called ewes, have none. Juvenile sheep are termed lambs. Sheep are kept for their wool, leather, milk, and meat (mutton or lamb), and tend to be kept in large groups called flocks. Sheep can be purchased for around 2 gold pieces.
Sheep in religion
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