Sheep can be found around Iceland between May and September. You will see them grazing along the countryside, hiking up cliffs and crossing the roads. In my opinion these animals have the best life – they get to take in the Icelandic scenery, breathe the clean air, drink the freshest glacier water, and feast on delicious grass. One of my favorite things about the Icelandic culture is that no part of the animal goes to waste. They use the wool to knit sweaters, the meat for different cuts of lamb, the blood to make blood sausage, and they even eat the head during the rotten food festival called Þorrablót!
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