Texas Doll Sheep Taxidermy Mount

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  • Regular price $1,000.00


Dall sheep, named after the American naturalist Mr. William Healey Dall, is an ungulate found in the Northwest of North America. The most striking feature is the massive curly horns in the males that add to its ornamentation. Females, on the other hand, have inconspicuous horns. The age rings on the horns, also known as annuli, are used in aging an individual. The horns of the Dall's sheep are made of keratin which is the same substance found in human nails.

This is a unique, one of a kind, Taxidermy specimen. . Once this item is sold, we do not anticipate acquiring another mount of this nature in the foreseeable future. All Paxton Gate Taxidermy is guaranteed to be of the highest quality and sourced from ethical vendors from around the world.

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