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Sheep at Lake Vermilion

The mountain sheep (Ovis Canadensis) that gather at the edge of the lakes are smaller than their ice age cousins were and humans (Homo sapiens) are more numerous than they once were, but in 11, 000 years, much is unchanged here at the foot of Mount Rundle.

The mountain sheep (Ovis Canadensis) that gather at the edge of the lakes are smaller than their ice age cousins were and humans (Homo sapiens) are more numerous than they once were, but in 11,000 years, much is unchanged here at the foot of Mount Rundle.

Photo courtesy of Heartland Associates, Inc.
Photo by Peter St. John and Dennis Pankiw.

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