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“I got up here. Now how do I get down?”

This Bighorn Sheep lamb was proving itself to be quite the adept climber, as all of its kind are. It had worked its ways up the side of a mountain in Colorado’s Waterton Canyon, stopping briefly to pose and look down at the rest of its herd.

It almost seemed like it wasn’t sure how the heck to get down from its perch on high. Of course it had no problem when it decided to rejoin the others.

The Bighorn Sheep is the Centennial State’s official animal and to me that is quite fitting. Just like the terrain and many of its people, these animals are very rugged, strong and tough. The animal is found in many places in the state’s high country.

A Bighorn Sheep lamb enjoys the view from its perch high on the side of a cliff. (© Tony’s Takes)

A Bighorn Sheep lamb enjoys the view from its perch high on the side of a cliff. (© Tony’s Takes)

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