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Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep Taxidermy Mount - SW3518


Taxidermy Mounts for Sale - Bighorn Ram Head

Taxidermy Mount for Sale
Handsome Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep taxidermy mount. This massive horned sheep is mounted upright with a slight turn to the left. Hair is extremely thick and beautifully colored. Expert detailing throughout. Heavy horns with the right horn broomed to 31" with a 16" base. The left horn is broomed to 30 1/4" with a 15 1/2 " base. Taxidermy craftsmanship has a quality rating of "Excellent". A wonderful trophy room piece.

Scientific Name: Ovis canadensis
Size: 29" tall x 22" wide x 22" deep.
Weight: 26 lbs.
Wall hanger is attached. Hangs from single screw.
Ships in secure wood crate
Ships for free!

About Big Horn Sheep

Bighorn sheep are one of two species of mountain sheep in North America. Rocky Mountain bighorns inhabit the mountains from Canada south to New Mexico. Bighorn rams are best known for their heavy, curled horns. These massive horns are a symbol of status and a weapon used in battles for dominance across the Rocky Mountains. Fighting for mating rights, males face each other, rear up on their hind legs, and hurl themselves at each other in charges of some 20 miles an hour. The resounding clash of horns can be heard echoing through the mountains for miles as the confrontation is repeated—sometimes for hours—until one ram submits and walks away. The animal's thick, bony skull usually prevents serious injury.

A Rocky Mountain bighorn ram's horns can weigh 30 pounds, more than all the bones in his body combined. The ewe’s or female’s also have horns, but they are of smaller size.

Bighorn’s range in color from light brown to grayish or dark brown. It has a white belly, rump, and muzzle. Males weigh between 125-300 pounds, females weigh between 75-200 pounds. Its hooves are hard around the outside and soft on the inside. They are legendary for their ability to climb high, steep, rocky mountain areas.

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