One of the bits of trivia that always amuses me is that there are more pronghorn (what some call antelope) in Wyoming than people. What I hadn't realized until I visited the Fort Caspar Museum was that sheep populations were once so high and that they far exceeded both human and cattle.
No wonder there was conflict between the cattle and sheep ranchers!
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