American bison

American bison

The American bison is the largest land animal in North America.

Biology

Keywords

bison, even-toed ungulate, mammal, ruminant, ruminants, prairie, herbivore, endangered species, horn, United States of America, North America, America, cow, bull, calf, herd, migration, population, hunting, animal, vertebrates, biology

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