Chris the sheep, a merino famed for once being discovered with the world's heaviest fleece, has died in Australia.
The animal generated global attention in 2015 after being spotted in the wild carrying what was described as six years' worth of wool.
A life-saving haircut followed, with a shearer removing 41.1kg (88lb) of fleece - later confirmed to be a world record.
On Tuesday, his carers at a New South Wales farm said he had died of old age.
"We are heartbroken at the loss of this sweet, wise, friendly soul," the Little Oak Sanctuary wrote online.
Chris was thought to be aged 10 - a fairly average lifespan for a merino sheep.