Paris hires Sheep to do the Lawn Mowing

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5th Apr, 2013

Sheep hanging out in front of the Eiffel Tower? It’s not that unlikely. A group of sheep have already begun tending the lawns as the city’s newest lawnmowers in a field beside Paris’ Municipal Archives in the 19th arrondissement. Dubbed “eco-grazing”, if the project is a success, more sheep will be brought in to ”mow” the grass of Parisian public spaces. Take a look at how they’re getting on…

#OnlyinParis !

via The New York Times

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