An Icelandic public TV network aired 24 hours of live sheep birthing to give the country's residents "insight into the traditional farming life." RUV, the Icelandic National Broadcasting Service, ran a live feed from a farm in Skagafjordur from noon Thursday until noon Friday to bring the lambing season to living rooms across the country.
"The sheep birthing season is an unforgettable time for those able to see the little lambs being born into this world," RUV said on its website.
Monday, May 18, 2015
Weird News stories caught my fancy:
Here's a question for my readers to ponder: would you rather live in a place where so little happens that lambing dominates the news, or would you go crazy with boredom?