mouflon

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mouflon:

see sheepsheep,
common name for many species of wild and domesticated ruminant mammals of the genus Ovis of the Bovidae, or cattle, family. The male is called a ram (if castrated it is a wether), the female is called a ewe, and their offspring is a lamb.
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Ivanov says the losses are incalculable for the zoo as the mouflons and the fallow deer are rather expensive animals.
The Aloha State's mouflons range freely on the islands of Lanai and Hawaii.
Contrasting textures are created by mixing fleeces with rubberised detailing and laminated wovens with flannels and mouflons.
Around 56 mouflons will also be displaced from the perimeter zone and the habitat will be degraded.
Several studies have reported the presence of either BTV antibodies (2,3) or the virus (4) in red deer (Cervus elaphus), roe deer (Capreolus capreolus), mouflons (Ovisaries), and several other wild bovids and cervids (2,5).
The company were also asked to create a new drinking trough for mouflons in the area as the operations will obstruct the animals from reaching the existing ones.
In 2006, the disease was diagnosed on 571 cattle farms and in 309 sheep flocks, 3 other bovines, 6 red deer, 3 mouflons, and 1 roe deer in the federal states of North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate, Hesse, Lower Saxony, and Saarland (Figure 1, panel A).