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A lot of time in captivity if there are a lot of males together they will become quite rambunctious and spar to the point of horn breaking. I am not sure what caused the extreme curling in the left. I am gonna guess it might have been that the horn broke off earlier than the right one and as it was regrowing it curved backwards more.