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Name:American bison

Item No:RC16109W

Product Size:20,5cm x 6cm x 11,5cm (l x w x h)

Scientific Data :

RC16109W

Name:American bison


Order:Artiodactyla


Diet:Herbivore


Habitat:River valleys, prairies and plains North America.


Animal class:Mammal


Figure size:20,5cm x 6cm x 11,5cm (l x w x h)


Real size:6.6 to 11.5 ft long


Weight:318 to 1,000 kg


Conservation status:Near Threatened


Features:A large head, massive, tall but narrow body with a pronounced shoulder hump, short and robust legs, brown hair with a black nose, lips, tongue, hooves and horns. Thick coat.

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RC16109W

Name:American bison


Order:Artiodactyla


Diet:Herbivore


Habitat:River valleys, prairies and plains North America.


Animal class:Mammal


Figure size:20,5cm x 6cm x 11,5cm (l x w x h)


Real size:6.6 to 11.5 ft long


Weight:318 to 1,000 kg


Conservation status:Near Threatened


Features:A large head, massive, tall but narrow body with a pronounced shoulder hump, short and robust legs, brown hair with a black nose, lips, tongue, hooves and horns. Thick coat.


Did you know?

A bison’s hump is composed of muscle, supported by long vertebrae. It allows the animal to use its head to plow through snow? They are the largest mammal of North America? It has a longer winter coat, and a shorter summer coat?


QUESTION: What is a  "red dog"?


ANSWER: It’s a baby bison. Bison calves tend to be born from late March through May and are orange-red in color, earning them the nickname “red dogs.”