Dall sheep

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Dall sheep:

see bighornbighorn
or Rocky Mountain sheep,
wild sheep, Ovis canadensis, of W North America, formerly plentiful in mountains from SW Canada to N Mexico. Indiscriminate hunting, disease, and scarcity of food enormously reduced its numbers by the mid-20th cent.
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, in zoology.
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For example, small changes in absolute temperatures can have substantial effects on the transmission dynamics of protostrongylid lungworms and muscleworms (species of Parelaphostrongylus, Protostrongylus, and Umingmakstrongylus), which cycle among the environment, gastropod (slug and snail) intermediate hosts, and ungulate (caribou, muskoxen, thinhorn sheep, moose) definitive hosts (Figure 1).
Ecological investigation of a new host-parasite relationship: Parelaphostrongylus odocoilei in thinhorn sheep (Ovis dalli) [dissertation].
Protostrongylid parasites and pneumonia in captive and wild thinhorn sheep (Ovis dalli).