Watch: 2 Bighorn Rams Butt Heads With An Audibly Rattling Force In BC (VIDEO)
Canada is home to many fascinating animals. It is such a treat when we get to witness them in their natural habitat. Thanks to The Weather Network, a video of two bighorn rams butting heads in Radium Hot Springs, B.C, was released on March 16, 2020.
We don’t know from how far it was shot, but it had to be from a safe distance - which makes the sound of impact all the more rattling.
The fact that none of the rams seemed shaken up or hurt after that collision is truly shocking.
But according to Discovery, rams have thick, shock-absorbing skulls that can withstand 800 pounds of force.
Talk about being hard-headed.
That explains why the male sheep just proceeded to stare each other down as if nothing happened.
Does anyone else think it’s ironic that they had a throw down in front of a restaurant called "FireD UP BB?"