Sheep in Peninsula Valdes Argentine Patagonia
With the colonization and development of the zone, new animals arrived, one of them was the sheep that to be able to raise and commercialize them they used inventions such as wire fences, private property and their consequent parceling of lands. The guanaco was displaced by this strategy of production of sheep wool and came to decrease in number considerably. Guanacos live in herds of dozens of individuals and are herbivores. Peninsula Valdes is a unique faunistic reserve, where hunting is prohibited, this right law, allowed that over the years the number of guanacos is much higher than the rest of Argentine Patagonia.