I have to admit that I never thought it would be difficult to separate sheep from goats. The only sheep I was exposed to before living in Cameroon are wooly, fluffy, white sheep. The only goats I was exposed to before living in Cameroon are bristle type hair, horns and some have goat-tees. Shortly after arriving here, on the CTC compound where the main offices are, there were animals grazing on the lawn. I commented about the goats eating the lawn. I was quickly corrected and told that the animals were sheep, not goats. I was a bit confused because these animals don’t look like sheep. While we were away to Banso area in Kumbo, we took pictures so you can comment bellow which pictures are a sheep or goat. I’ll post the answers in a few days.
“All the nations will be gathered in his presence, and he will separate them as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats.” Matthew 25:32
I’ll take a stab at it – pictures 1, 3 are goats, pictures 2 and 4 are sheep.
I say 1 & 2 are sheep and 3&4 are goats.
I vote 1 and 4 are sheep
Pop pop stole my answer
The correct answers are:
Picture 1: Sheep
Picture 2: Goat
Picture 3: Sheep
Picture 4: Goat
Thanks for guessing!
I was wrong all the way around. Good thing I’m not a shepherd – and that there is a Good Shepherd watching out for me.