Two Desert Bighorn Sheep Lambs Come out to Play at San Diego Zoo

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Photo taken on April 6, 2017 by Ken Bohn
Two desert bighorn sheep lambs take a break from their usual climbing, jumping and playful behavior on Thursday at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. The two female lambs were born to different mothers in the Safari Park’s bighorn sheep habitat at Condor Ridge on March 19 and March 25.
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San Diego Zoo Safari Park
Two desert bighorn sheep lambs take a break from their usual climbing, jumping and playful behavior on Thursday at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. The two female lambs were born to different mothers in the Safari Park’s bighorn sheep habitat at Condor Ridge on March 19 and March 25.
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San Diego Zoo Safari Park
Two desert bighorn sheep lambs take a break from their usual climbing, jumping and playful behavior on Thursday at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. The two female lambs were born to different mothers in the Safari Park’s bighorn sheep habitat at Condor Ridge on March 19 and March 25.
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San Diego Zoo Safari Park
Two desert bighorn sheep lambs take a break from their usual climbing, jumping and playful behavior on Thursday at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. The two female lambs were born to different mothers in the Safari Park’s bighorn sheep habitat at Condor Ridge on March 19 and March 25.
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San Diego Zoo Safari Park
Two desert bighorn sheep lambs take a break from their usual climbing, jumping and playful behavior on Thursday at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. The two female lambs were born to different mothers in the Safari Park’s bighorn sheep habitat at Condor Ridge on March 19 and March 25.
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San Diego Zoo Safari Park
Two desert bighorn sheep lambs take a break from their usual climbing, jumping and playful behavior on Thursday at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. The two female lambs were born to different mothers in the Safari Park’s bighorn sheep habitat at Condor Ridge on March 19 and March 25.
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