VIDEO: Sheep born with his head upside down

13:06 17 June 2014

Back to front: Has Terry been born with his head upside down?

Back to front: Has Terry been born with his head upside down?

Archant

A video has been posted on YouTube, apparently showing a sheep born with his head upside down.

But Terry still manages to live a normal life, despite his bizarre look.

He can be seen here happily chowing down on some grass, ignoring the practical difficulties his ‘disability’ presents.

A man who goes by the name Mr Macca, a friend of the farmer who owns the ram, wrote on the website: “He lives happily and has been checked by a vet to ensure he is in no pain.

“He can eat, sleep and do everything other sheeps can. (sic)”

If you've seen anything similarly amusing on YouTube send a link to kate.nelson@archant.co.uk

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