Sexing Bolivian Rams

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Hi!

Does anyone have any guess as to the sex of these Bolivian Rams? Can you tell from these photos?

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Going solely by the caudal fin extensions, I would think you may have a male and female, but I would certainly not argue this with anyone. The interaction is often a good indicator of likely gender; I assume they are not tearing into each other, so two males is very unlikely. That leaves either a male/female or two females.
 
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No real fighting. Just a bit of chasing. Ok fingers crossed it’s male and female so. Thanks!
 

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