Facts about Reindeers

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Facts about Reindeers

Danny Martinez, Contributor

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Reindeer’s are prominent in our holiday music and images.

Reindeer’s are found in Alaska, Canada, Greenland, Northern Europe, and Northern Asia in tundra, mountains and woodland habitats. Reindeer’s are very social creatures.

They feed, travel, and rest in groups called herds.

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These herds can include from ten animals to a few hundred. Male reindeer’s  lose their antlers in November, but females keep their’s for much longer. Reindeer’s are built for the cold. Their noses warm up air before it gets to their lungs and their entire bodies, including their hooves that are cover with fur. A baby reindeer are called a calf. Calves are able to stand after their first hour of life and within a week they start eating solid food in addition to their mother’s milk.

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