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Nevada bighorn sheep are transplanted in southern Utah

Wildlife » Biologists say the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area can support more than 1,500 desert bighorn sheep, twice the number it has now.

First Published Nov 07 2013 01:01 am • Last Updated Nov 08 2013 11:44 am

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