Sheep roam Bighorn West. Mountains, deserts in the southwest They're hunted by lions, wolves, and bears. Sheep get sick. Mating season attracts women with horns.

Bighorn Sheep

Scimitar Oryx, also called Sahara Oryx, is extinct in the wild but observed nowadays. It was one of Africa's largest antelopes and used its massive horns for defence.

Scimitar Oryx

India's Antilope species is unique. One dominant male leads herds of 5 to 50 on plains and woods. Male Blackbuck have long, spiralling horns that are almost 2 feet long and V-shaped.


Addax horns are 2.5-3 feet long and twisted with 30-35 ring-shaped ridges. Saharan Addax are endangered. They consume desert grasses and bushes in groups of 3 to 5.


The Markhor's corkscrewed horns can grow to almost 5 feet long. This is due to their huge, coiled horns and remarkable ability to kill snakes.


Male Mouflon and some females have 3 foot-long horns. Mature rams' horns are nearly fully curved. Males fight for group dominance and to mate.


Male and female Ibex have 3 foot long, curving horns, whereas females are smaller and thinner. Alpine goat Males vie for females by butting heads and clashing horns.

Capra Ibex 

Only male Impala have 1.5 to 3 foot long lyre-shaped horns. An impala looks like a goat-deer hybrid. They're only 3.5 feet tall, but their twisting horns are 3 feet long.


Males have 5-foot horns, females 3 feet. African savannahs are home to Sable Antelopes. This species eats bones and salt licks. Morning and evening are busiest.

Sable Antelope

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