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Pending New World's Record Bighorn Sheep Illustrates Conservation Success

Thursday, February 08, 2018 - A ram that died of natural causes is the pending new World's Record bighorn sheep. The Boone and Crockett Club today confirmed the official entry score of 216-3/8 points B&C.

The nine-year-old ram lived his entire life on Wild Horse Island, a state park located in Northwest Montana's Flathead Lake. The ram was officially scored at the Club's national headquarters in Missoula, Montana.

The current No. 1 ram was hit by a vehicle on an Alberta highway in the Canadian Rockies in 2010 and has a final score of 209-4/8. This ram edged out the then World's Record, a hunter-taken ram from near Luscar Mountain, Alberta, in 2000 that scores 208-3/8.

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