Be a leader with this Ram head wall painting. We all know that sheep like to follow. It’s what they do and how they stay safe. But not the Bighorn Ram. He has different ideas and following others is not one of them. He wants to stand out just like this one of a kind painting.
Ram Head Wall Painting
Rams are male bighorn sheep that live in the mountains. They are not to be confused with mountain goats. Rams are easily identifiable by their long, curved horns, long fur and split hooves. They are usually 5 to 6 feet tall and can weigh up to 300 pounds. It’s no surprise that they are the leaders. Their horns are obviously massive and weigh more than all of the bones in their body. Interestingly, the male Ram herds separate from the female sheep. Except when it is time to mate. But their main role in sheep society is to settle arguments. Unfortunately, it’s not a quiet sit down talk or conversation. It’s done with butting heads. They settle the argument by ramming their head into each other. Maybe humans could learn something from these animals. If not, enjoy the painting.