Sometimes animals really benefit from human help—even wild ones. The Edgar’s Mission Farm Sanctuary says a sheep was found living in the wild near Lancefield, Victoria, Australia, and rescuers believe the animal was on his own for several years. They brought the animal, which they named Baarack, back to the farm and sheared him. They say the wool they removed weighed in at 78 pounds. They add the animal’s fleece was so overgrown it covered part of its face and limited his ability to see. They say Baarack now has a permanent home at the facility.