The domestic ram is a muscular, horned sheep that is often used for breeding and raising livestock. Its body is covered in wool, which can be white, black, brown, or spotted. Rams have a thick neck, sturdy legs, and a wide chest. Their horns are curved, and they can be up to two feet long. The skeletal structure of the ram is similar to other sheep, with a strong backbone, ribs, and shoulder blades. The legs are sturdy, with two hooves on each foot. Rams are powerful animals and can be quite aggressive, making them difficult to handle.
- Photos shown are examples; specimens will vary in size, color, and horn length
- Lower mandible not included
- Average Skull Length 28cm (11in)
- Average Skull Width 13cm (5.1in)
- Average Skull Height 13cm (5.1in)
- Average Tip to Tip 52cm (20.5in)