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    Sheep Invasion! Flock of 1,000 Escapes After Shepherd Dozes Off

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    The northern Spanish city of Huesca recently faced an invasion of 1,000 sheep. Local police posted a video of a flock running through the city center on their official Facebook page.

    The flock ran away from their shepherd, who had fallen asleep.

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