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> > >Here's a little test for you all: Why are bighorn sheep called bighorn
> > sheep?
> No, the Bighorn Mountains. I'm a Wyoming Resident, and it says this
> right on the map. So There.
> Rich Travsky
Well, I'd be worried if a Wyoming resident didn't come up with the right answer.
The Bighorn Mountains are the 'type' locality for Bighorn sheep.
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DARREN 'what structural mapping assessment?' NAISH