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A man sleeps on a bench at the train station in Yangon.
In Between
Camel Caravan at Sunset
Rohingyas at Shah Porir Dwip
Sitting man
Harbour Square
Tribal woman and her girl child
Blue Street
Snowy Owl looking down
A tree and its dead friend
colors of Indian tribes
Bighorn Rams bump and push each other during the rut.
Snowy Owl on a telephone pole
Desperate travellers
Exploring the city
Roar Of The Jungle
Little boy
A smling moment
Kimono Girls in Kyoto
Woman in Prayer
Girl in Red
Tribal women collecting mahua in weekly market
Museum Berggruen
16th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Bighorn Rams bump and push each other during the rut.

Bighorn Rams will group into 'huddles' during the rut which is the best time to photograph them at their largest and most active. In a 'ram huddle they will rub, bump, push, shove and lick each other's horns to help determine the size of each ram where they will than square off and the fight begins.

TAGS: Bighorn, Canada, Ram

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Calgary, Canada
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 11.2017
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Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 29, 2018, 1:10 a.m.
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