RESCUERS looking for a sheep made their own bleating noises to find it.
RSPCA workers told how they successfully communicated with the ewe, which had fallen 65ft down a mountain.
A tourist raised the alarm after seeing her trapped in brambles, and a team was sent to track the animal.
However, they could not see her through the tall and thick undergrowth.
RSPCA inspector Andrew Broadbent said: “We then tried to locate her by making bleating noises — and to our relief she replied.
“We kept ‘talking’ to her, getting closer and found her sheltering on a little ridge surrounded by thick brambles.”
He and colleague Mark Roberts gently cut her free on Conwy Mountain in North Wales.
Andrew said: “We then followed the path we had just come down, part carrying, part pushing her back up the mountain for her to rejoin her flock.”
Source: The Sun