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Bighorn sheep were introduced to Tiburón Island in the Gulf of California in 1975, as a conservation measure to restock mainland sheep whose numbers were declining. Before that, bighorn sheep weren't thought to live on the island, but a new study in PLOS One indicates that they may have lived there before.

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