Bighorn-river



a river flowing from central Wyoming to the Yellowstone River in S Montana. 336 miles (540 km) long.
noun (pl) -horns, -horn
a large wild sheep, Ovis canadensis, inhabiting mountainous regions in North America and NE Asia: family Bovidae, order Artiodactyla. The male has massive curved horns, and the species is well adapted for climbing and leaping

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