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  1. Taxonomy and genetics. Ovis canadensis is one of two species of mountain sheep in North America; the other species being O. dalli, the Dall sheep.Wild sheep crossed the Bering land bridge from Siberia into Alaska during the Pleistocene (about 750,000 years ago) and subsequently spread through western North America as far south as Baja California and northwestern mainland Mexico.

  2. As of 2004, desert bighorn sheep numbers remained extremely low, although the overall population trend had increased since 1960. Characteristics. Desert bighorn sheep are stocky, heavy-bodied sheep, similar in size to mule deer. Weights of mature rams range from 115 to 280 pounds (52 to 127 kg), while ewes are somewhat smaller.

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    Ovis ammon severtzovi, longtemps considéré comme un Urial (Ovis vignei ou Ovis orientalis), mais que tous les membres du Taxonomy Working Group admettent qu'il s'agit en fait d'un Argali [4]. Certains auteurs récents proposent aussi de reconnaître Ovis ammon jubata, en Chine [11]

  4. The Barbary sheep (Ammotragus lervia), also known as aoudad (pronounced [ˈɑʊdæd]) is a species of caprine native to rocky mountains in North Africa. Six subspecies have been described. Although it is rare in its native North Africa, it has been introduced to North America , southern Europe , and elsewhere.

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    (EN) Ovis aries, su Controllo di autorità Thesaurus BNCF 13524 · LCCN ( EN ) sh85121208 · GND ( DE ) 4051990-9 · J9U ( EN , HE ) 987007536439405171

  6. Il muflone (Ovis orientalis Gmelin, 1774) è una delle cinque specie di pecore selvatiche: sebbene sia divenuto piuttosto raro, è ancora diffuso nelle regioni montuose e desertiche dell'Asia occidentale e centrale. Proprio da questa specie, allevata circa 10 000 anni fa, risale l'attuale pecora domestica, ormai diffusa in tutto il mondo.

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