Climate change: Orkney’s seaweed-eating sheep offer hopes of greener farming • FRANCE 24 English

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FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “Climate change: Orkney’s seaweed-eating sheep offer hopes of greener farming • FRANCE 24 English” – below is their description.

On a tiny island in #Scotland’s far-flung Orkneys, thousands of #sheep spend the winter munching on #seaweed, a unique diet that #scientists say offers hope for reducing #planet-warming #methane emissions.

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