You know what got me thinking this morning? The difference between what we truly know and what we find out by googling. Let me explain. The things we discover on our own, through firsthand experience, hold so much more value to me than something I learn from a quick online search.
But hey, let me share something I know for a fact:
A ewe can only count to two!
Now, how do I know that? Well, it's simple. You see, mama sheep have only two nipples to feed their lambs. As a responsible shepherd, I have to make the tough decision to separate the third lamb (or fourth or fifth) from the ewe. It's not the most pleasant task, but it's necessary for the lambs to receive proper nutrition and to prevent any damage to the ewe's udder.
But here's the interesting part. I used to despise this job, until I discovered that a ewe can only count to two. If a ewe has twins and can't find one of her lambs, she'll call out for it for days on end. And if she sees me walking away with just one lamb, she gets mighty upset. However, if I sneak away with a triplet, she'll quickly search around, and as long as she finds two lambs, she's completely content. It's the quirkiest thing, I tell ya. Nature works in mysterious ways, and I find it fascinating.
So, there you have it, my friend. It's all about the things we come to know through firsthand experience and observations. These little insights bring us closer to understanding the incredible intricacies of the natural world.