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Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep Photography And Fine Art Prints For Sale

An online gallery of captivating pictures of Bighorn Sheep for sale as limited edition, luxury fine art prints and wall art from a professional wildlife photographer and artist. These Museum Quality landscape photographs are available as Fine Art Paper Prints, Metal Prints, and Acrylic Prints. Large-scale prints up to 6 feet in size are available.

Facts About Bighorn Sheep

Bighorn sheep are stocky, climbing hoofed mammals found in western North America and known for their massive curling horns. Some males can weigh up to 300 pounds and have horns averaging more than 3.3 feet long. Bighorns can live 20 years or more.

Bighorn lambs weigh 3–5 kg when born. Before the 1800s, there were two million bighorn sheep from Canada to northern Mexico but they were nearly driven to extinction by overhunting, habitat loss, and livestock diseases. Despite conservation measures, they have not significantly recovered.

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History, Habitat and Facts About Big Horn Sheep

The North American Bighorn Sheep is one of the most majestic creatures in all of North America. This animal has a long history that dates back to the Pleistocene Era when they were among some of the continent's biggest ungulates. Today, they are still living peacefully in their natural habitat across the United States and Canada. These mammals are considered to be one of North America's rarest game animals but they also live on over 150 wildlife preserves around the world. Let's learn more about these fascinating creatures!

The North American Bighorn Sheep has a long and rich history that dates back to the Pleistocene Era. During this time, they were among some of the continent's biggest ungulates. They have lived peacefully in their natural habitat across the United States and Canada for many years. Today, they are still living in their natural habitat and are considered to be one of North America's rarest game animals. There are many wildlife preserves around the world that these animals live on. Let's learn more about their fascinating history!

The North American Bighorn Sheep can be found living in their natural habitat across the United States and Canada. This habitat can vary depending on the region but they typically live in mountainous areas. They prefer to live in open areas with plenty of vegetation to eat. These animals are very good at adapting to their surroundings and can live in a variety of different habitats.

The North American Bighorn Sheep is a fascinating creature that has many interesting facts about it. Some of these include:

- They are one of North America's rarest game animals

- They live on over 150 wildlife preserves around the world

- They are great at adapting to their surroundings and can live in a variety of different habitats

- They have a long history that dates back to the Pleistocene Era

- The North American Bighorn Sheep is one of the only domesticated animals in North America

- This animal can live to be 20 years old

- They are not related to sheeps and other types of horns such as African Bushjafta, Porcupine Antelope, or Pronghorn Antelope