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James Anderson

Joined April 2010

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2 big rams fighting for dominance and\or mating rights, face each other, rear up on their hind legs, and hurl themselves at each other in charges of some 20 miles (32 kilometers) an hour. The resounding crash of horns can be heard echoing through the mountains. The Rams will continue the battles until one ram just walks away. In this fight the Ram on the right did not have a good running start and..well, you can see that he took a very nasty hit and buckled under the sheer force from the other ram (see image below)! But, he was ok and he actually went after this ram to fight him again! They can take such blows because their skulls, horns, head and neck are thick, very thick and supported by a large tendon that links the head to the spine which all help cushion the blows. Best viewed large and you can see all the horn chips and spit spewing everywhere when the Rams made contact :) kootenay national park, british columbia, canada

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