The Jacob sheep is a British breed of domestic sheep. They were first exported to North America in the early 20th century. Some individuals acquired them from zoos in the 1960s and 1970s, but the breed remained rare in America until the 1980s. The Jacob is a small, multi-horned sheep that resembles a goat in its conformation. The most distinguishing feature of the Jacob is their four horns, although they may have as few as two or as many as six.
- Metal base included
- Mandible has been permanently wired to the skull
- Repairs have been made to the bone core of the left horn (See photo)
- Skull Length 25.3cm (10in)
- Total Width 30.2cm (11.9in)
- Total Height (On Base) 55.7cm (21.9in)