What is a Ram
A ram is a male sheep whose upbringing is almost always for consumption (meat) and wool production. It is a quadrupedal mammal, ruminant, domestic sheep. Rams are characterized by having a pair of robust horns, one on each side of the head. These grow spirally and have transverse striae. The horns play an important role within the hierarchy of a herd. The largest horns usually belong to the dominant rams.
Rams are usually given this name after their first year of life. It is also important to mention that only males can receive this name, while females are known as sheep. In the same way, to refer to the species as a whole, it is common to use the name sheep, although ram can also be used.
On the other hand, the ram is the first zodiac sign, Aries. In some cultures they were directly related to gods. In addition, along with the sheep, they represent characteristics such as lack of initiative, simplicity, ignorance, kindness, among others.