Imilchil, Central Atlas, Morocco. The world-famous Merino sheep, having the finest and softest wool, is thought to have been bred by crossing native Iberian sheep with Berber sheep introduced into Spain by the Ayt Mrin or Marinid Imazighen.

Imilchil, Central Atlas, Morocco. The world-famous Merino sheep, having the finest and softest wool, is thought to have been bred by crossing native Iberian sheep with Berber sheep introduced into Spain by the Ayt Mrin or Marinid Imazighen.

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