11 Photos of Colored Sheep Look Like They’re Photoshopped, But Are Totally Real

Maybe right now you’re asking yourself, is the picture below photoshopped?
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There can’t be any naturally colorful goats that are living in the world right now, can there?
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The first answer is no, these aren’t photoshopped. The second answer is also no, they were not naturally born like this. 
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These colorful sheep are from a farm in Australia, where the owners color their sheep with non-toxic, vegetable dye.(huffingtonpost.com)

The reason? It deters thieves from stealing their highly unique sheep.
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The sheep farmers in Australia were inspired by Scottish sheep farmers who also used the same method to prevent theft of their livestock.


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And guess what? It worked!


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This series of photographs was captured by Gray Malin and is called “The Dream Series”.
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The intention was to showcase this odd phenomenon and also to show the world how “dreamlike” this farm could be with the colorful sheep.
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It’s just like a dream.


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