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The Sheep Timeline and Summary

  • The sheep learn "Four legs good, two legs bad."
  • A dead sheep is awarded "Animal Hero, Second Class."
  • The sheep are controlled by Napoleon.
  • The sheep’s bleating distracts the animals from Napoleon’s trading with the humans.
  • The sheep help to deceive Mr. Whymper.
  • The sheep’s bleating distracts the animals from the abolishment of "Beasts of England."
  • The sheep blurt out, "Four legs good, two legs better."

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