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see sheepsheep,
common name for many species of wild and domesticated ruminant mammals of the genus Ovis of the Bovidae, or cattle, family. The male is called a ram (if castrated it is a wether), the female is called a ewe, and their offspring is a lamb.
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THE WADDAN OR MOUFFLON is a wild mountain sheep with large curling horns that survives in the remote desert of southern Libya but is extinct in Europe.
These show a dog chasing moufflon, the national symbol The goddess whose cult was based close to the new resort
Shepherds who have for generations summered their livestock on these high ridges and hunted in the canyons for wild boar, moufflon and other delicacies have heavily protested the creation of a national park which they say would deprive them of their livelihood, restrict their access to what have long been communal lands, and prevent them from pasturing sheep and hunting game.
Some of the most interesting animals include the moufflon (Ovis musimon), wild boar (Sus scrofa), various species of deer, and a number of very important bird populations.
Parallel event running alongside the Book & Art fair by Moufflon Bookshop and Opus 39 Gallery.
Meanwhile, the government intends to allow a new airline to be set up, but possibly by private investors, after it bought the Cyprus Airways brand name and "flying moufflon" logo for e1/41.5 mln a month ago.
included in the Red Book of the International Union for Conservation of Nature as leopard, Armenian moufflon, and bezoar goat.
Here, bears, wolves, eagles, capercaillies or wood grouse and the rare moufflon goat still survive.
"The Seamstress of Ourfa" by Victora Harwood Butler-Sloss, published by Armida, 2018, available from Moufflon Bookshop in Nicosia, has been just launched both in Nicosia and London.
Let Us Be True by Alex Christofi is published by Serpent's Tail, and available from the Moufflon Bookshop, Nicosia, as well as online ( at a cost of approximately e1/410
As a fall-back measure, the government bought the company's trade name and brand, depicting a flying moufflon, the protected wild goat of Cyprus, for e1/41.5 mln, while both Finance Minister Haris Georghiades and Transport Minister Marios Demetriades have suggested that a new airline could be created.