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Dall's sheep

or Dall sheep

[ dawlz ]
/ dɔlz /
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noun
a white-haired wild sheep, Ovis dalli, of mountainous regions of northwestern North America, having curved horns.
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Origin of Dall's sheep

1905–10; named after William H. Dall (1845–1927), American naturalist

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