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The internet has been buzzing this week with word of the discovery of the “Cadomin Ram” in Alberta, Canada. The ram, nicknamed after the world record Bighorn Sheep taken by Guinn Crousen in 2000, might score as high as 206. More details to comce
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A Rick Taylor bronze of the world-record Cadomin Ram taken in 2000.

A huge bighorn sheep, perhaps the largest ever, has been found dead.

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