A head to head battle. Yes, literally. That’s the trademark of this animal: the Bighorn Sheep. These sheep ram their heads together to establish a hierarchy among them for mating. Don’t be worried, the clashes don’t hurt as the skull of the sheep is 1-2 inches thick.
The sheep generally live in the mountains, with different subspecies based on the area that they live. One is for the desert big horn sheep, the other is for the colder climate bighorn sheep.
You could say that humans go through ‘brawls’ similar to the bighorn sheep goes through; when we go up against each other to win something, one on one. It is not necessarily a bad thing, but we just have to keep in mind that not everyone wins and the losers sometimes lose badly and go into despair. Sorry to end it on a sadder note.