Sheep Baarack is seen before his thick wool was shorn in Lancefield, Victoria, Australia February 5, 2021. A wild and ailing sheep found in a forest in Australia, named Baarack by rescuers, has yielded a fleece weighing more than 35 kilogrammes. Edgar's Mission Inc/Handout via REUTERS

Sheep Baarack is seen before his thick wool was shorn in Lancefield, Victoria, Australia February 5, 2021. The sheep was found by a member of the public who contacted the Edgar's Mission Farm Sanctuary near Lancefield, Victoria, about 60 kilometres north of Melbourne, according to the Mission's Kyle Behrend. Edgar's Mission Inc/Handout via REUTERS

Sheep Baarack is seen before his thick wool was shorn in Lancefield, Victoria, Australia February 5, 2021. Baarack is now settling in with other rescued sheep at Edgar's Mission, Behrend said, adding it "all goes to show what incredibly resilient and brave animals sheep really are and we could not love them any more if we tried. Edgar's Mission Inc/Handout via REUTERS

Sheep Baarack is seen before his thick wool was shorn in Lancefield, Victoria, Australia February 5, 2021. Edgar's Mission Inc/Handout via REUTERS

Sheep Baarack is seen before his thick wool was shorn in Lancefield, Victoria, Australia February 5, 2021. Edgar's Mission Inc/Handout via REUTERS

Sheep Baarack is pictured after his thick wool was shorn in Lancefield, Victoria, Australia February 5, 2021. Edgar's Mission Inc/Handout via REUTERS