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This Ram Is Walking Down A Path When He Sees This Ball. What Happens Next Is So Hilarious

Headbutting for sheep is both a natural and learned behavior, and it is learned at an early age. Repetitive headbutting, however, is more prevalent in wild sheep. Rams must fight to earn the privilege of becoming the dominant male and to mate with the ewes. In order to adequately discourage headbutting while in range of a ram, avoid petting or scratching it on the head. The ram may see this as a challenge. Although we are humans, they still have the tendency to claim dominance. After leaving a tetherball in the middle of the forest, this man sets up a hidden camera. What it captures seems to be pretty entertaining for both the audience and the star.
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