Sheep Sheep Wolf

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Sheep Sheep Wolf Game Online - Play Free Fun Wolf Games

Play as a wolf in sheep's clothing, with a serious appetite. This free online game is similar to Duck Duck Goose, but with blood and death. Also, the ability to slaughter innocent defenseless sheep. Try and eat as many as you can, without getting caught. This game was created during the Global Game Jam of 2010. Have Fun!

How to Play the Free Sheep Sheep Wolf Game Online

Arrow keys to run and jump. Press down to hide (and sneak).

Play Sheep Sheep Wolf Game Online for free Today

Do you like animals, and do you also enjoy to play an animal flash game online for free? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free Sheep Sheep Wolf game online. Am I correct? ;)

Fun Sheep Facts for Kids

One of the first animals to be domesticated by humans, Sheep, have been serving us for long, with quietude and an always-serviceable attitude. They are believed to have been descended from the wild mouflon of Europe and Asia, and have evolved into how they look at present. According to Science Kids there are many fun facts about sheep for kids. They were domesticated 10000 years ago in Central Asia. There are over a billion domesticated sheep in the world. The females are called ewes, males are called rams and young sheep are called lambs. They have poor eyesight but to compensate, they have been blessed with an excellent sense of hearing. Sheep do not have teeth in their upper front jaw. When they gives birth to an offspring, the process is called lambing. Sheep prefer to walk into the wind and uphill, rather than downhill and with the wind. Fat extracted from sheep, known as tallow, is used to make soap and candles.

Fun Wolf Facts for Kids

According to wolf.org there are many fun wolf facts for kids. Wolves are excellent hunters and have been found to be living in more places in the world than any other mammal except humans. The wolf is the ancestor of all breeds of domestic dog. It is part of a group of animals called the wild dogs which also includes the dingo and the coyote. When hunting alone, the wolf catches small animals such as squirrels, hares, chipmunks, raccoons or rabbits. However, a pack of wolves can hunt very large animals like moose, caribou and yaks. When the pack kills an animal, the alpha pair always eats first. A wolf can run at a speed of 65 kilometres per hour during a chase.

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