Digg’s latest research focuses on discovering which is the horniest state in the United States of America. And not the kind that you had in mind (when did we lose our innocence?!) but more around the funky, hard (again, stop) stuff that grows out of some animals’ heads.
As they were counting the animals one by one, it is important to note that our friends – deer, caribou and elk – haven’t been included this time as their awesome antlers are temporary. As stated by Digg: “The first thing to know is that horns and antlers are completely different things. For starters antlers are temporary, whereas, like herpes, horns are forever.
As it turns out, there are only five horned animals native to the US — bighorn sheep, Dall sheep, mountain goat, muskox, and bison — and they all reside in either Alaska or the West. It’s a scientific fact that any state east of Texas is not the least bit horny and makes Alaska très horny.
For those who wants their data on deer, you’ll be happy to know that Digg will be publishing a follow-up piece, “What Are The Antleriest States?” next week.