A picture, taken by some members of S.H.E.E.P.
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The region is not documented well enough
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The area is completely uninhabited, and Shprogshels roam wild.
Shprogshels are endemic to this region.
Baa received its name from the first penguin to set foot on the island. It was also the last word that penguin ever heard. It is uknown how the Shprogshels evolved on the island.
There are not many places here, however, there used to be a penguin-set up company, but it was torn down by the violent Shprogshels, down to the last square meter of solid wood.
However, the penguin which came there explained to the press about the issue:
I know that all of you folks want to have an explanation for this critical issue of running lines to Baa.
"Well, you see, the Antarctic Express probably would not like to enter the area if the creatures there would eat them, unlike 90-150, where there are no known violent species. You should ask them as a matter of fact."
The press then turned to the company, and the answer:
"Well, we would certainly not like the sheep to eat the penguins one by one like it says in the reports and thus we can't build a station. Even so, the station would be probably quite expensive, and the creatures would eat the train tracks.
The media were dumbfounded by their statement.
- Shporgshel are penguin-devouring sheep, endemic to this island.
- Three penguins unsuccessfully made the shop, "Merunt Baa", but were eaten by the sheep.
- The discover of Baa was also eaten by the sheep.
- Fans of sheep who came to Baa to see the sheep were also eaten by the sheep.
- Creatures who came to shepard the sheep were eaten by the sheep.
Other them penguin-eating Sheep? Unknown. If you wish to know so badly, go to Baa yourself!