Mount size: 21" tall x 23" wide x 19" deep.
Weight: 9 lbs.
Wall hanger is attached. Hangs from a single screw.
Arapawa Rams are a feral sheep breed that lives primarily on Arapaou Island in the Marlborough Sound of New Zealand. This sheep breed has been declared a “rare” breed by the New Zealand Rare Breeds Conservation Society. The Rams have horns that can measure over 3ft, but the females do not have horns. The Arapawa sheep does not have wool on their face and legs. Usually, the Arapawa have all black wool, but sometimes white points are displayed. On rare occasions, sheep can be all-white. The "Cocktail" Arapawas are those that brown or black with white spots. They live in rather harsh and steep terrain; this breed often looks hunched over because they carry their head and tail down often.