Pakistan takes sheep stranded at sea

Pakistan takes sheep stranded at sea

Karāchi : Pakistan | Sep 04, 2012 at 10:32 AM PDT
Source: The Age
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Australian sheep stranded at sea after being rejected by Bahraini authorities have found a new home in Pakistan. It will be the first ever Australian consignment of sheep sent to the country, which has only just been approved for live exports under new strict animal welfare rules, raising concerns... FULL ARTICLE AT The Age
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