Bison | Buffalo

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Bison, also commonly known as buffalo, are nomadic grazing herbivores and the largest surviving terrestrial mammals in North America and Europe. Once a symbol for the American Great Plains, vast herds of bison provided food, clothing and tools for the native people of the prairies. After being hunted to near extinction by settlers, the majority of bison today are raised in captivity as livestock. Bison have a shoulder height between 5’-6’6” | 1.52-1.98 m, a length between 6’7”-11’6” | 2-3.5 m and can weight up to 2,200 lb | 1000 kg (large bulls).

Bison, also commonly known as buffalo, are nomadic grazing herbivores and the largest surviving terrestrial mammals in North America and Europe. Once a symbol for the American Great Plains, vast herds of bison provided food, clothing and tools for the native people of the prairies.

Bison | Buffalo

Height (Shoulder): 5’-6’6” | 1.52-1.98 m
Length: 6’7”-11’6” | 2-3.5 m
Weight: 660-2,200 lb | 300-1000 kg (Small Cow - Large Bull)
Lifespan: 15 years (wild) - 25 years (captivity)
Uses: Meat, hide, wool, dairy
Scientific Name: Bison bison

Bison, also commonly known as buffalo, are nomadic grazing herbivores and the largest surviving terrestrial mammals in North America and Europe. Once a symbol for the American Great Plains, vast herds of bison provided food, clothing and tools for the native people of the prairies. After being hunted to near extinction by settlers, the majority of bison today are raised in captivity as livestock. Bison have a shoulder height between 5’-6’6” | 1.52-1.98 m, a length between 6’7”-11’6” | 2-3.5 m and can weight up to 2,200 lb | 1000 kg (large bulls).

Bison, also commonly known as buffalo, are nomadic grazing herbivores and the largest surviving terrestrial mammals in North America and Europe. Once a symbol for the American Great Plains, vast herds of bison provided food, clothing and tools for the native people of the prairies.

Bison, also commonly known as buffalo, are nomadic grazing herbivores and the largest surviving terrestrial mammals in North America and Europe. Once a symbol for the American Great Plains, vast herds of bison provided food, clothing and tools for the native people of the prairies. After being hunted to near extinction by settlers, the majority of bison today are raised in captivity as livestock. Bison have a shoulder height between 5’-6’6” | 1.52-1.98 m, a length between 6’7”-11’6” | 2-3.5 m and can weight up to 2,200 lb | 1000 kg (large bulls).

Bison, also commonly known as buffalo, are nomadic grazing herbivores and the largest surviving terrestrial mammals in North America and Europe. Once a symbol for the American Great Plains, vast herds of bison provided food, clothing and tools for the native people of the prairies.
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