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Nearby lays that second horn that somehow got detached from the skull Ribs close-upThumbnailsI take another detour to avoid a brushy area in Bull Canyon and now need to climb back down to the washRibs close-upThumbnailsI take another detour to avoid a brushy area in Bull Canyon and now need to climb back down to the washRibs close-upThumbnailsI take another detour to avoid a brushy area in Bull Canyon and now need to climb back down to the washRibs close-upThumbnailsI take another detour to avoid a brushy area in Bull Canyon and now need to climb back down to the washRibs close-upThumbnailsI take another detour to avoid a brushy area in Bull Canyon and now need to climb back down to the wash

Why isn't this horn still attached to the head? Were the turkey vultures and other scavengers simply too aggressive when picking meat from the bones?