The Moufflon, or Musmon, p.29.

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IS of the Sheep kind, and in figure somewhat resembling a ram, but his wool is rather like the hair of a goat. A native of the mountains of Spain and Corsica, he feeds on grass and other kinds of vegetables; his horns are bent backwards, and his tail is short. Endowed with considerable strength, he can defend himself against his enemies in the forests, and his flesh is reckoned to be a very good food. 

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