A typical cliff on Heimaey, the biggest of a small group of islands south of
Iceland, called Vestmannaeyar. These strange cliffs make excellent homes for
many kinds of seabirds, including the world's greatest colony of puffins.
Notice the tiny white specks at the top of the cliff, close to the edge?
Yup, that's grazing sheep. The Icelandic sheep are totally death defying.