A white sheep named Prickles that ran away from an Australian farm during the 2013 bush fires recently returned home.
According to farmer Alice Gray, Prickles was only a lamb when she ran away.
The bush fires that hit the area back then destroyed a large part of her family's massive property.
They thought Prickles had died in the fire.
But instead, the young sheep escaped into a 200-acre forest near the farm.
Once the fires were over, the family had to fix the damage done to the farm as it was such a large property.
This included rebuilding about 50 kilometers of fencing.
It was this huge fencing that prevented Prickles from finding her way back.
Over the years, the family spotted her a few times.
They even recorded her with cameras installed to monitor deer activity.
But while they knew Prickles was alive, they couldn't find her and never expected her to return by herself.
Seven years later, they were proven wrong.
Questions 3 and 4 are based on the news report you have just heard.
Question 3: What does the news report say about the white sheep Prickles?
Questions 4: What did the family do after the bush fires?