Good thing they saved all of that money on the wedding!
A source revealed
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In Uruguay, scientists have genetically modified sheep so that they can glow-in-the-dark!!
They only glow under ultraviolet light though, so unless you have a black light, you'll miss these goats' special ability.
Researchers at Uruguay's Animal Reproduction Institute partnered with the Pasteur Institute of Montevideo to create the first transgenic sheep in Latin America.
Omg omg omg omg!!
This has literally got to be the world's happiest lamb!
Just look at this adorbz little guy.
He's totally smiling. There's no way this is faked, it's just too perfect!
We had no idea a little lamby could make such a cute face!
This picture was taken at the exact perfect moment. He's cheesing so hard!!
This is why the internet was invented!!
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If you tell a horse to giddy-up…what would you tell a sheep??? LOLz!
A cat doesn't feel like getting his pretty paws dirty so she hitches a ride on a ram.
What a diva! Werk it, girl!!!!!!
We wonder how she got on top of that sheep though….
Regardless, we think this cat must have been royalty in the past…riding that sheep looks way too natural!
Watch (above) as this cutie takes the easy route!
Maybe he just wanted to celebrate the St. Louis Rams' win???? LOLz!
A loose ram
terrorized trotted through Des Moines, IA as he escaped his owner's trailer.
And this escape artist proved to be QUITE elusive!
Deny, deny, deny, DENY! What else can Peter Jackson do?
The Hobbit director continues to deny PETA and animal wrangler claims of animal abuse and he didn't pull any punches during a press conference hours before the New Zealand premiere.
Sad….it might just be best to LEAVE ANIMALS OUT OF FILMS!
The animal wranglers employed by The Hobbit trilogy's production company state that the company is responsible for 27 animal deaths.
The workers claim that their animals were kept on a farm full of death traps, including