Rams are gregarious, precocial, defenseless creatures. They flock together for protection and have a flight zone which is the space they keep between themselves and others.
An adult ram could weigh as much as 53 kg to 127 kg and its height to the shoulder is around 32 inches to 40 inches.
Rams have a split in their upper lip which enables them to pick preferred leaves off the plant.
Are medium-sized African antelopes that can leap to a height of 10 feet or 33 feet ahead when running.
Are cloven-hoofed ruminant mammals belonging to the Bovidae family.
Are large humped animals with a shaggy mane, large heads and short horns and look similar to wild oxen.
Are wooly, ruminant mammals belonging to the genus Ovis of the family Bovidae.
Are members of the antelope family and have long faces, long black horns and a short tail with beard like hair on their chins.
Are large formidable mammals with sparse black-gray coats that belong to the Bovine family.
Are gastropods, which literally means ‘belly foot animals’.
Have a stocky but powerful built and can weigh up to about 3,500 lbs to 6,000 lbs when fully grown.
Are large bovines with droopy ears and low curved horns.
Short about Rams
Are wooly, horned ruminant grazing mammals that may be wild or domesticated.