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Choose from 280 pictures in our Rams collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Mature Bighorn Sheep - Ram Featured Print

Mature Bighorn Sheep - Ram

TOM-1585
Mature Bighorn Sheep - Ram
Jasper National Park, Northern Rockies, Canada, Fall
Ovis canadensis
Tom & Pat Leeson
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America, American, Canada, Face, Faces, Head, Heads, Horn, Horns, M Ammals, Male, Mammal, National Parks, North America, North American, Ram, Rams, Rockies, Sheep, Single, Wild Life, Wild Sheep

Bighorn Sheep, Ram in rut Featured Print

Bighorn Sheep, Ram in rut

CAN-2976
Bighorn Sheep, Ram in rut
Colorado, USA
Ovis canadensis
Record spread of horns in male is 33 inches. Females have short straight horns. Both a browser and grazer and feeds on a great variety of plants. Probably lives to 15 years in the wild. Inhabits mountain slopes with few trees and rugged terrain. Gregarious. Sexes usually separate in summer. Rams join ewes and lambs in fall. Rutting season occurs in November and December. Males will often butt heads in order to establish dominance hierarchy for access to breeding females. Occurs in western North American from Baja California to western Canada
John Cancalosi
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WW1 - HMS Badger rams U-19 German Navy U-Boat, 1914 Featured Print

WW1 - HMS Badger rams U-19 German Navy U-Boat, 1914

WW1 - HMS Badger was an Acheron-class destroyer of the Royal Navy. She was the eighth Royal Navy ship that served during the First World War. The ramming of U-19 became the first allied ship to successfully attack a German Navy U-boat. The Badger's searchlights are turned on as it back away after the ramming. When she rammed U-19 off the Dutch coast U-19, it was severely damaged but managed to return to port, was repaired and survived the war. Date: 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans