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White Bison

The buffalo are the largest mammal on the North American continent. Its two subspecies are the Plains Bison (flat backs) and the Wood Bison (large humped backs). The bulls utter a rumbling roar during mating season and posses an unpredictable nature. Bison lose their shaggy, dark brown winter coat for a lightweight, light brown summer coat. Bison can reach over 6 feet tall and 10 feet long weighing over 2,000 pounds. The heads and forequarters are massive, and both Male and Female have short, curved horns used for defense and fighting for status among the herd. They have amazing mobility, speed, and agility and are able to sprint at speeds of 30 mph. Today, bison are noted for their hides and meat, which is lower in fat and cholesterol than beef.

Key Facts

North America


Gestation Period:
8 months

Number of Young:

Maximum Age:
20 years

Male & Female

Oct-March 15

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