valais sheep


Valais blacknosed sheep. Although the earliest mention of it dates back to 1400, this large, docile mountain sheep was first recognised as a separate breed in 1962. It has adapted particularly well to life in the high Swizz mountains and grazes even on the steepest, stoniest slopes. The black patches on its nose, eyes, ears, knees, hocks and feet and otherwise light woolly coats make it quite unmistakeable.


i love valais blacknose sheep. they look like whimsical fantasy creatures.

Sheeps from the deepest dark hell of friggin' doom



Do you know about….. creepy animals? Animals that are so cute and so shady they can only be the deed of the evil.

So here is the Valais Blacknose.

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Their face… eerie and soulless….it is like… a black hole that could swallow your soul. 

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Imagine. They have no face, so if you stare at them, they literally steal people’s face.

Those fluffy pokemons are like death itself, I tell you.



It seems death itself is just sticking tongue at you.

You are next.

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Thank you for the warning hide-and-bite , but if I saw one, I would just pet it.