The European mouflon is a subspecies group of the wild sheep that originates from the Mediterranean islands of Corsica and Sardinia. The mouflon is thought to be the ancestor for all modern domestic sheep breeds.
The horns of a mature mouflon are curved in almost one full revolution. A male can weigh around 130lb, whereas a female weighs around 95lb.
Also known as Jacob’s ram, its most distinguishing features are its four horns, although it can have as few as two or as many as six.
A two-horned ram typically has horizontal double-curled horns. A four-horned ram has two vertical center horns or more in length, and two smaller side horns, which grow down along the sides of the head. Mature rams can weigh up to 180lb, while females up to 120 lb.
The dall sheep is a species of wild sheep native to northwestern North America, ranging from white to brown in color and having curved, yellowish-brown horns. Rams weigh 170lb, whereas ewes weigh 105 lb on average.