What a majestic heavy horned Stone Sheep mount! This Sheep has a beautiful coat with coloring of tan to brown. Sizable, heavy horns, with the left side, measuring 35" around the curl and the right side measuring 34 2/8". The animal has a thick neck which accentuates the massive horns. The sheep is positioned with its head turned slightly to its right . There is almost no brooming, whatsoever, on the tips of the horns.
With hunts ranging from $75,000 to $105,000, this is absolutely the way to get your Stone Sheep! Don't miss out on this big boy!
Taxidermy craftsmanship and trophy rating is Premier for this near-perfect specimen. An awesome addition for the big horned Sheep collector, or North American trophy room.
Product Rating: Premier
Approximate Weight: 38 lbs.
Approximate Dimensions: 27" tall x 22" wide x 24" deep
Left Horn: 35"
Right Horn: 34 2/8"
Wall hanger is attached. Hangs from a single, well-secured screw.
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About the Stone Sheep
Scientific Name: Ovis dall stonei
The Stone's sheep (Ovis dalli stonei) or stone sheep is the more southern subspecies of thinhorn sheep, Ovis dalli.
The global population of Stone's sheep is primarily found in Northern British Columbia and can often be seen licking minerals along the side of the Alaska Highway in areas such as Summit Lake, Stone Mountain Provincial Park, and Muncho Lake Provincial Park.
Pelage colour variations range widely, from slate grey-brown with a white rump patch, dark tail and white on the inside of the hind legs, to an almost completely white/grey-white coat with a dark or black dorsal surface on the tail. Horns are curved in form and vary in colour from a yellowish-brown to dark brown horns.