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Nice Black Hawaiian Mouflon Sheep Ram Taxidermy Shoulder Mount GB4187


taxidermy exotic decor for sale safariworksSay, “aloha,” to this Hawaiian Mouflon Sheep - also known as a Black Hawaiian ram! He has been mounted in a half body post with his front feet on a simulated rock. This specimen features large, dark horns. The nearly solid black coloring of this ram makes it the perfect piece for a decor that features sharp contrasts. We have given his sheep our taxidermy quality rating of Nice.

  • Product Rating: Nice
  • Dimensions: 42" tall X 29" wide X 24.5" deep
  • Hangs from a single screw on its included hanger
  • Free Shipping in the Continental U.S.

About the Black Hawaiian Sheep

Scientific Name: Ovis aries

There is an air of mystery when it comes to how black Hawaiian rams came along and no one can really pinpoint their origins, however, there are theories. Some believe that the black ram is simply a Barbados ram that has a dilution of the red color gene, while others believe that they are a cross between a black hair sheep and a mouflon.

Whatever their origins, they are not difficult to pick out of a crowd. Common attributes of a black Hawaiian ram include a thick black coat which leaves them almost entirely dark and some unusual horns that grow in the distinctive up-down-up shape common among sheep species. These horns are almost exclusive to males and can grow to more than 40 inches in length. Weight wise, males can usually weigh up to 150 pounds with females usually maxing out at half that weight.

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