|This is a face that Ewe could become very envious of!|
|Can Ewe tell that I'm not very "Happy" with Ewe?|
Adult male Mandrills display the most brilliant colors of blues, reds, golds, & lavenders, both on their faces & on their furs. The brighter the male's colors, the more attractive they are to the females, which are characteristically one-half the size of males.
They live in groups known as "troops", consisting of up to 20 Mandrills. A dominant alpha male leads the troop, which also hosts a dozen females & all their young. At times, they will join with other "troops", forming a larger group of up to 200, when food is available.
|Being an alpha male is a great deal of pressure!|
|Being part of a "troop" offers real protection in the forest!|
|Ewe would be wise to stay away while I'm eating!|
|This is "un-be-LEAF-able"! Delicious!|
|I'm omnivorous, which means, "I can eat it all!"|
|I don't look like much now, but just wait!|
|I'm not fooling around! Ewe are not welcome here!|
|I need my Mommy! I'll be more colorful later in life!|
Sheep are not as colorful in the face as Mandrills, yet they have the distinction of having a variety of breeds that are rather unique.
They also have a Shepherd to personally watch out for their basic needs.
|Racka Sheep have a unique "twist" to their breed!|
Celebrate Ewer uniqueness today, knowing that the Good Shepherd has made Ewe a "One-of-a-Kind Design"!
"For You formed my inward parts; You covered me in my mother's womb. I will praise You, for I am fearfully & wonderfully made; "Ps.139:13,14a