Report says a primary school in France have registered over a dozen sheep as pupils, because the school management was scared that some classes might be closed due to lack of students.
50 sheep were brought to the school by a local farmer and fifteen of them were officially signed up after showing their birth certificates.
Their names, such as “Baa-bete” and “Saute-Mouton,” were put on the register.
The move came after the school in Crets en Belledonne, a village of fewer than 4,000 people at the foot of the French Alps, was informed that one of its 11 classes would be shut down, after pupil numbers dropped from 266 to 261.
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