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SHEEP. A wether more than a year old. 4 Car. & Payne, 216; 19 Eng. Com. Law Rep. 331, S. C.

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Far to the southwest, across thousands of miles of Asia, in northwestern Iran, the mouflons transition to the urial sheep, Ovis orientalis, with numerous races.
In Sardinia and the northern French Alps, European mouflon show a bimodal activity pattern with two marked peaks near dawn and dusk, separated by a period of low activity (Pipia et al.
<uhhsa@yahoo.com> <www.unltedhornedhairsheepassoclation.org> Painted Desert, Texas Dall, Black Hawaiian, Corsican, Desert Sand, New Mexico Dahl, Multi-horned Hair, Mouflon and American Heavy Horned.
Depuis 1968 Uu 2000 il est chargUu[c] de la formation des cadres dae1/4aoEl Riad (actuel Mouflon dae1/4aoor) puis a lae1/4aoEFCJ de Tixeraine, chargUu[c] de lae1/4aoUu[c]ducation culturelle et artistique.
LAHORE -- The Punjab Wildlife Department recovered three baby mouflon sheep (Urial) from illegal capitivity of a man in Mandi Bahauddin district.
Come face-to-face with alluring desert animals such as the UAE's national animal Arabian oryx, in addition to the gazelle, ibex, Arabian wolf, ostrich, saiga antelope and mouflon at the Arabian Village.
Selective harvesting and habitat loss produce long-term life history changes in a mouflon population.--Ecol.
Mouflon's height is between 85 to 100 cm at the shoulder and it weighs around 35 to 80 kg.
What sort of creature is a mouflon? A A sheep B Abird C A lizard D A butterfly 14.
What sort of creature is a mouflon? A Thomas Hardy B George Bernard Shaw C Henrik Ibsen D George Meredith A American Football B Baseball C Basketball D Ice Hockey A A sheep B Abird C A lizard D A butterfly 5.
However, the results of morphological studies (Czaja, 1937) and comparative descriptions (Szczepkowski 1951; Baranowski et al., 2006) indicate that it belongs to a group of Northern short tailed sheep (Ovis brachyura borealis) derived from the European mouflon (Ovis musimon).