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This family of big horn sheep are native to North America and live in the rocky mountains of Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. There is the father with the big horns, the mother who is shedding her winter coat and two lively lambs. Bighorn sheep are named for the large, curved horns of the the rams (males). Females are called ewes. Babies are called lambs.
Rocky mountains of Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Spotted on Jul 24, 2015
Submitted on Jul 25, 2015