A young pig in Esquina, Corrientes, Argentina, has fleece like a sheep according to a certain news outlet.* Although the story appears in a few different places on the net, they all seem to point back to the linked story.
In the interest of preserving the story against internet flux, I quote the main part of it here:
"Meet the world’s first sheep-hog — a pig with its own fleece. Scientists are baffled by the strange swine — which they say is a pig “at heart” but with a woolly hide. The one-year-old is being raised on a ranch near the town of Esquina, 400 miles north of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is a pig but has a thick fleece which needs shearing in summer with the other sheep because it suffers in the heat. Other pigs do not trust it."
I've heard of a wolf in sheep's clothing, but this is a porcine of a different color entirely. Perhaps it envies the camelids? Or perhaps its mother spent way too much time watching a certain video.
*And, yes, I know to consider the source. I especially enjoy the bassackward headline on the story. :D
Far more unusual than the Turkish shepherdess of the previous entry is the Suburban Shepherdess. (Click to biggify)
My thanks to sender-inner Zinlizzie for making the sighting and for identifying the sheep breed as being Ovis aries frontlawnii. It would have taken me a long time to track that one down as it is quite rare and does not yet appear in most of the sheep breed references.
This breed of sheep is most often seen in the US, which is where I believe it
was first developed. The setting is almost always suburbia, as shown here, as the breed does not fare well in more rural settings.
There have been occasional sightings in Canada and even in a few European settings, but those are quite unusual.
Even more rare than a sighting of these sheep, is a sighting of them with their attendant shepherdess. Well done, Zinlizzie.