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This is a great family shot of a Big Horn Sheep family. The Ram overlooks the ewe and the two lambs. This statue stands 12.5" x 7.5" x 9.75". This will look extremely impressive on the shelves in your sitting room. The Big Horn Sheep is a great collectible for that Wildlife collector.
The bighorn sheep can be found in the Rocky Mountains from southern Canada to Colorado and parts of Nevada, western Texas and eastern California and northern Mexico. The bighorn changes its home range seasonally. In warm months, it grazes on mountain slopes; in colder months it moves down to valleys. Female bighorns live in groups of five to fifteen sheep made up of ewes and their young. Males live in groups of two to five sheep. In the winter bands of ewes may join together and form large groups of up to 100 sheep. Males will join the female groups during mating season.
Females have their babies on a cliff that's hard to access. They have one baby. Lambs are woolly and white and have little horns. They can walk and climb by the first day. The lamb will stay hidden where it was born for about a week and then it will start to follow its mother.
It will be weaned when its is about five months old. Male lambs will leave their mother and join a male group when they are between two and four years old. Female lambs will usually remain with their mother's group for her whole life(nhptv.org).
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