Watch baby lambs frolicking with their mother at Arundel Park

Baby lambs have been spotted frolicking with their mother at Arundel Park.

The two young sheep were filmed in Arundel Park playing with each other and chasing after their mother.

The 140-hectare park north of Arundel has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest by Natural England for being one of the most important sites for rare invertebrates, including field crickets, beetles and molluscs.

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