north american animals


  • Product #: AN2710
  • Age Grade: 3 years +
  • Measurements: 5.5 x 5.25 x 3
  • Piece Count: 1


They are also called reindeer. They migrate north in the summer, travelling more than 600 miles to the tundra. The females (cows) leave weeks before the males who follow with the calves. They have large hooves that help them support the animals weight and that help them paddle efficiently through water. The underside of the hoof is hollowed like a scoop, which is used for digging through the snow in search of food. The males have antlers and so do most females (this is the only deer species where the female can have antlers).


Diet Herbivore: Grasses and Plants
Size 4 - 5 feet
Weight 240-700 lbs
Species Mammal
Average Life Span 15 yrs
Group Name Herd
Protection Status Endangered
Natural Habitat
  1. North America (Canada and Alaska)
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