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Hundreds of sheep move across New Zealand’s grasslands

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Aerial photographer Tim Whittaker recently captured hundreds, perhaps thousands, of sheep as they were herded from one paddock to the next in Rangitikei, New Zealand. Watch from a drone’s eye view as the sheep react in a swarming herd to the signals of the dogs around them.

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Next: Fly over a herd of reindeer near Kautokeino, Norway, Emperor Penguins keep warm in an ever-shifting huddle, and a BeetleCopter in the Serengeti.

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