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A herd of racka sheep is driven by shepherds along the Nine Hole Bridge, on the way from their summer habitat to the winter pasture in the Hungarian steppe of Hortobagy national park. Racka sheep are an ancient, indigenous species reared traditionally in the open air in the puszta Credit: Zsolt Czegledi/EPA

A herd of racka sheep is driven by shepherds along the Nine Hole Bridge, on the way from their summer habitat to the winter pasture in the Hungarian steppe of Hortobagy national park. Racka sheep are an ancient, indigenous species reared traditionally in the open air in the puszta Credit: Zsolt Czegledi/EPA

PHOTO: Hungarian Red fox rests in the shade on a hot afternoon at Hortobagy National Park

PHOTO: Hungarian Red Fox at Hortobagy National Park

PHOTO: Hungarian Red fox rests in the shade on a hot afternoon at Hortobagy National Park

"Milky Way over Hortobagy Starry Sky Park" by Tamas Ladanyi #Hungary

"Milky Way over Hortobagy Starry Sky Park" by Tamas Ladanyi #Hungary

The Exmoor Horn Sheep originates from the high hills of Exmoor National Park, UK.

The Exmoor Horn Sheep originates from the high hills of Exmoor National Park, UK.

Hungary, Hortobagy National Park, wonderful ancient home of the hungarians

Hungary, Hortobagy National Park, wonderful ancient home of the hungarians

Considered by Hungarians to be a sign of good fortune, this White Stork takes flight at Hortobagy National Park in eastern Hungary

PHOTO: White Stork at Hortobagy National Park, Hungary

Considered by Hungarians to be a sign of good fortune, this White Stork takes flight at Hortobagy National Park in eastern Hungary

Sheep in New Zealand National Geographic

Sheep in New Zealand National Geographic

Hungarian Racka Sheep have horns that differ from other sheep.

Hungarian Racka Sheep have horns that differ from other sheep.

Orkeny Islands, Norther Scotland.  North Ronaldsay Sheep pasture on seaweed! Years ago they were forced to the beach by a sheep-dyke that islanders built to keep them out of their crops and they simply adapted.

Orkeny Islands, Norther Scotland. North Ronaldsay Sheep pasture on seaweed! Years ago they were forced to the beach by a sheep-dyke that islanders built to keep them out of their crops and they simply adapted.

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