Photograph - Digital Art
Ram Rover photograph is enhanced to add a whimsical nature & flora vibe. Part of the "Whimsical Creatures Collection". Please check out the gallery to see more fun and digitally enhanced animal art.
Two hundred years ago, bighorn sheep were widespread throughout the western US, Canada, and northern Mexico. Some estimates placed their population at over 2 million. By around 1900, hunting, competition from ranching, and diseases had decreased the population to several thousand. A program of reintroductions, natural parks, and reduced hunting, together with a decrease in domesticated sheep near the end of World War II, allowed the bighorn sheep to make a comeback
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May 10th, 2016
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