Baa Baa Black Sheep.
Black Welsh Mountain sheep, are all black in colour, with a fibre staple length of 5-10 cm, and fiber diameter between 28-36 microns. They tend to live in hilly areas of Wales (although some are now raised in other parts of the world). The rams (males) have horns that curl around the ears, while the ewes (females) do not. Neither the rams or ewes have fleece on their legs or face.