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RAM JAM III

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Rams clash with such force that when they finally collide, the sound of their crashing horns echoes through the mountains. Because of these grueling head-banging contests, bighorn skulls are double-layered and criss-crossed with bones to protect their brains during battle, although many sustain injury during these clashes.
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Bighorn Sheep
Rams clash with such force that when they finally collide, the sound of their crashing horns echoes through the mountains. Because of these grueling head-banging contests, bighorn skulls are double-layered and criss-crossed with bones to protect their brains during battle, although many sustain injury during these clashes.