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S1:When a lamb is born,its mother may die S6:If a means of overcoming this natural tendency is found,lives of millions of lambs may be saved P:Then there will always be both motherless lambs and sheep without lambs Q:However,a sheep which has lost it ?->(Show Answer!)
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1. S1:When a lamb is born,its mother may die S6:If a means of overcoming this natural tendency is found,lives of millions of lambs may be saved P:Then there will always be both motherless lambs and sheep without lambs Q:However,a sheep which has lost its lamb will not feed or look after a motherless lamb R:At the same time,some new born lambs are too weak to live S:This happens in large flocks where many sheep give birth to lambs at the same time





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