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Wood Bison (Bison bison athabasacae)
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Location: Anchorage, AK, USA
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Older Bison who was very friendly and thought he was going to be fed....
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Bison at Large
Older Bison who was very friendly and thought he was going to be fed....
Location: Vail, CO, USA
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USGS Oklahoma Water Science Center Hydrologist Carol Becker collects fecal samples from American Bison for a bacterial ribotyping study at Tall Grass Prairie in Osage County, Oklahoma....
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Collecting American Bison Fecal Samples
USGS Oklahoma Water Science Center Hydrologist Carol Becker collects fecal samples from American Bison for a bacterial ribotyping study at Tall Grass Prairie in Osage County, Oklahoma....
Location: Osage County, OK, USA
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Plains bison in winter at Yellowstone National Park....
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Bison at Yellowstone National Park
Plains bison in winter at Yellowstone National Park....
Location: USA
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A bison cow and her calf. ...
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Bison Cow and Calf
A bison cow and her calf. ...
Location: USA
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A bison herd grazes at the National Bison Range in Montana....
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Bison Herd Grazing
A bison herd grazes at the National Bison Range in Montana....
Location: USA
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A plains bison in winter at Yellowstone National Park. A bison's hump is useful as a snowplow in winter when the animal swings its head from side to side to brush aside the snow to reach food underneath. The hump is composed of muscles supported by long vertebrae....
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Bison in Winter
A plains bison in winter at Yellowstone National Park. A bison's hump is useful as a snowplow in winter when the animal swings its head from side to side to brush aside the snow to reach food underneath. The hump is composed of muscles supported by long vertebrae....
Location: USA
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