Thanks Nature, Cafe, sheep, selfie, Seoul, North Korea
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In the wake of the recent influx of so-called cat cafes—that is, coffee shops where patrons can get cuddly with a feline or two while enjoying their macchiatos—comes this (perhaps inevitable) gem in Seoul, South Korea: a place that imports a pair of sheep to boost business. This is not a drill.

The current whooly residents of Thanks Nature Cafe go by the names Anna and Elsa, and apparently the shop has been particularly busy during the Lunar New Year festivities—2015 is the Year of the Sheep, after all. According to CCTV, the owner "said he wanted to bring nature into [...] the crowded capital city, and decided that introducing sheep was the best way to fulfill his goal."

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