If you’ve taken a peek at the news anytime in the past 12 months, then there’s a good chance you’re having a hard time falling asleep every night. Counting sheep is apparently one way to drift off, but a trippy drone’s-eye view of dogs herding and corralling sheep might be even more effective.
The individual sheep in these massive herds appear to be zig-zagging left and right as they’re coerced to move from one hillside paddock to another in Rangitikei, New Zealand. But watching the entire herd move is like watching a giant flock of birds take to the skies, as the movements appear both chaotic and perfectly in sync at the same time.
source: Gizmodo.com by Andrew Liszewski