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African Pygmy Goat This goat originates from west and central Africa and was mainly used as a source of meat, as it was too small to produce large quantities of milk. Although a smaller species of goat, they are renowned for their abilities to jump and climb, making them quite good escape artists.
Guinea Pig Guinea pigs are small, sociable and 'chatty' rodents, that originate from the grasslands and lower slopes of the Andes Mountains in South America.
Miniature Donkey Miniature Donkeys are a separate breed of donkey originating from the islands of Sardinia and Sicily. Because they were so small they were employed to turn grinding stones for grain inside the peasants houses. There are 18th century wood block pictures showing these small donkeys, blindfolded, attached to the grain mill and walking in endless circles. They were also used to carry water from village wells and supplies into the mountains for shepherds. Their height generally averages between 30" and 34". The wild ancestor of the donkey is the African wild ass. The donkey has been used as a working animal for at least 5000 years.
Ouessant Sheep The wonderful Ouessant sheep, also known as the Breton miniature sheep, is a rare breed of heritage sheep originally from the island of Ouessant in Brittany.
Oxford Sandy and Black Pig Also known as the Plum Pudding or Oxford Forest pig. The origin of this domestic breed is uncertain, but it is thought to have developed some 200 years ago in Oxfordshire. It is quite a hardy animal and would have been kept ranging free in woodlands and rough grazing pasture. Pigs by their nature are foragers and will use their snout, plough like, to search through the soil for food.
Rabbit Rabbits are highly social, they're territorial animals and form complicated social structures.

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