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Once known as 'Britain's loneliest sheep' — Fiona is alone no more


Good morning. I'm Michel Martin. Once known as Britain's loneliest sheep, Fiona is alone no more. After spending at least two years stuck at the bottom of a cliff in Scotland, Fiona was finally rescued and is now living at a farm about 25 miles north of the border with England. Some animal rights activists feared that she'd become a spectacle because of her social media fame. But the farm's head animal keeper says not to worry. Fiona will live out of the limelight in a small pasture with just a few other sheep. It's MORNING EDITION. Transcript provided by NPR, Copyright NPR.

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