In a country replete with awesome animal news (and don’t forget this and this and this and this while you are at it), it’s easy to get a little jaded. But I think Iceland’s one and only Dalmatian Sheep deserves a special shout out:
A loose translation of the article on Vísir:
In the town of Kaldárholt í Holtum (very near to the slightly larger town of Hella), you can find Iceland’s only Dalmatian Sheep. It is like a Dalmatian dog: covered in dots.
During the news on Channel 2 tonight, a reporter (Magnús Hlynur Hreiðarsson) will visit the sheep and its owner, sheep farmer Guðrún Laufey Magnúsdóttir.
During this news segment, we will also get to see how half of Guðrún’s sheep’s face is black, and the other half is white.
Dalmatian Sheep, Guys! Dalmatian Sheep!
Which is a great opening for this: