Monday, February 8, 2021

Sheep And Pronghorns

The next diorama features thinhorn sheep, a species of the northern mountains.


Here we have another panel.


The next diorama features pronghorns of the western plains.

23 comments:

  1. Always favourites, but THANKS esp for the moose!

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  2. I have seen herds of Pronghorn Antelopes and it is a wonderful sight.

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  3. Love those sheep. Amazing creatures to live where they do.

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  4. @Cloudia: thanks!

    @David: no doubt.

    @Magiceye: me too..

    @Marie: quite true.

    @Tom: definitely.

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  5. Awesome and majestic animals ~

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    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  6. They have done such a good job with these!

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  7. Lots of antelope in Alberta. Their population rises and falls so sometimes they are found in a much larger area.

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  8. I love the thinhorn sheep, very impressive.

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  9. always enjoy this kind of horned sheep. very curious. ( ;

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  10. How those animals navigate mountenous terrain is amazing.

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  11. I like the sheep ! Have seen a lot in England !!

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  12. @Carol: that they are.

    @R: thank you.

    @RedPat: they have.

    @Sharon: I agree.

    @Red: that isn't surprising.

    @Jan: so do I.

    @Eden: I agree.

    @Bill: very much so.

    @Beth: they impress me.

    @Maywyn: they're better climbers than we are.

    @Gattina: these are going to be bigger than domestic sheep, of course.

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  13. Impressive sheep. I would like to see them up close... on the other side of the fence.

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  14. Sheep and goats rank up there with foxes and wolves (and polar bears) as favorites. I'd like this!

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