This lamb like other offsprings don't get much time to relax, they are on their feet in less then 30 minutes of birth and need to be able to follow their mother within 24 hours. They have to learn to face the elements right away, there are few places which gives them any amount of protection in the wild. Only about 50 percent of the lamb will get through their first year, because of predation, starvation, accidents and disease. I remember two years ago a two month old lamb had to outrun a wolf, that time the lamb's wild instinct saved the day. Perhaps that lamb was part of the 50 percent that survived its first year.
Until next moment,