Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep inhabit mountains form Canada south to New Mexico. They have split hooves with rough bottoms to aid in balance and help them move easily about rocky, rugged mountain terrain. Bighorn males, called rams, are famous for their large, curled horns. These impressive growths are a symbol of status and a weapon used in epic battles across the Rocky Mountains. Fighting for dominance, 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 or horns can be heard echoing through the mountains as the confrontation is repeated, sometimes for many hours, until one ram submits and walks away. The animal’s thick bony skull usually prevents serious injury. These bighorn rams were shot in December, during their rut, along the Northfork Highway outside of Cody.
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