Sheep are found in Australia, New Zealand, South America and the western United states. Sheep are social animals and love to be in groups, which also furthers their protection. Sheep usually produce 1 or 2 lambs a year, although 5 have been recorded. The lambs are born wooly and open-eyed. Sheep see in color and also have a four chambered stomach. They like to eat grass and other short roughage.