3673, BIG HORN RAM 37X41'' are anatomically scaled to create the best reproduction of the life size stuffed animal and the most realistic stuffed animal in the industry.
A Bighorn Ram is a male Bighorn Sheep
Bighorn rams can run at speeds up to 40 miles per hour when fighting for dominance.
There are different subspecies of bighorn sheep, but they all have big horns. Some live in the desert while others live in the mountains. The facts are that at least two populations of bighorn sheep may soon be extinct.
- These sheep live in the Rocky Mountains and the Sierra Nevada ranges of the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
- Bighorn sheep rams use their horns to ram each other to determine dominance, but they seldom hurt each other.
- They live in same-sex herds.
- Bighorn sheep put on a second coat over their summer coats to stay warm in the winter.
- Dall sheep have the same scientific name as bighorn sheep.
Big Horn Ram, Mountain Goat, Goats feed on grasses in pastures and on branches and leaves of shrubbery in the mountains. Female goats are called does and their young are called kids. The male goat is called a buck or a billy goat. There are over 210 different breeds of goats and it is estimated that there are 450 million goats in the world. The majority of which can be found in the Mideast and Asia.
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