Ungulates

Information about the Ungulates of the Antarctic, and Arctic regions.

 

Elk

Elk
Moose - Photo Wikipedia Moose Calf - Photo Wikipedia Moose Range - Photo Wikipedia North American Moose Range - Photo Manitoba Conservation Elk Elk Facts Also known as Moose Latin name: Alces alces Longevity: 8-12 years Cites classified: Least Concern Where found: Moose typically inhabit boreal and mixed deciduous forests of the Northern Hemisphere in temperate...

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Muskox

Muskox
Muskox - Photo Wikipedia Muskox Range - Photo Wikipedia Muskox Muskox Facts Latin name: Ovibos moschatus Longevity: 12-20 years Population: estimated at between 80,000 and 125,000 Cites classified: Least Concern Where found: Muskoxen are native to the Arctic areas of Canada, Greenland, and Alaska. Length: 1.2-1.5 m in height at the shoulder Weight: Adults usually weigh...

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Reindeer

Reindeer
Caribou - Photo Wikipedia Caribou - Photo Wikipedia Reindeer Reindeer Facts Also known as Caribou Latin name: Rangifer tarandus Longevity: female: 15 years; male: less than 10 years; average: 4.5 years Population: largest population is in Alaska with 950,000 individuals Cites classified: Least Concern, but considered endangered in the contiguous US Where found: Large populations of...

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