This postcard (US-6383490) I received from the United States of America (Denver - Colorado) and was send by Corey.
Postcard details: Rocky Mountain National Park (Impact Photographics), travelled about 7750 km (4816 mi) in 7 days
Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado; As the living symbol of Rocky Mountain National Park and the official state mammal of Colorado, bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) are particularly well-adapted to survive in rugged alpine terrain and harsh climate of their mountain home. The bighorn's exceptionally keen eyesight, hearing, and sense of smell allow it to escape danger using its fabled climbing ability made possible by suction cup-like hooves. A male or ram horns continue to grow from small spikes as a lamb to full curls at maturity. During the mating season, the crash of two rams butting heads to assert dominance can be heard up to a mile away. Photographed by Gene Putney.