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Migration One of the worlds wonders is the migration of reindeer Watch the awesome videos below of the migration of thousands of these animals as they relentlessly move ever forwards crossing lakes traversing mountains with inexorable determination it is a spectacular sight

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The reindeer Rangifer tarandus also known as the caribou in North America is a species of deer with circumpolar distribution native to Arctic subArctic tundra boreal and mountainous regions of northern Europe Siberia and North America This includes both sedentary and migratory populations Rangifer herd size varies greatly in different geographic regions

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Documentary following Norways Sami reindeer herds as they migrate across the mountainous region of Finnmark a weeklong journey of over 160 miles far north of the Arctic Circle

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REINDEER FACT SHEET The reindeer also known as the caribou in North America is a deer from the Arctic and Subarctic including both resident and

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During migration herds of cows female caribou leave several weeks before the males who follow with yearling calves from the previous birthing season

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Reindeer are a species of deer located in the Arctic regions of the world The largest Reindeer can reach up to four feet high at the shoulder and weigh as much as 250 pounds

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General Description Santas reindeer Rt saintnicolas magicalus look very similar to common reindeer or caribou but have many characteristics that distinguish them from the seven other common subspeciesIn Europe caribou are called reindeer but in Alaska and Canada only the semidomesticated form is called reindeer

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History Reindeer and people have a connection that is thousands of years old in what is today called Norway First by hunting then through domestication and herding Archaeological sources such as hunting pits stone carvings and settlement excavations speak to this connection In 98 AD the Roman historian Tacitus wrote about a people in Thule

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For both caribou and reindeer cold climates are where they thrive Covered in head to toe with hollow hairs that trap in the air and insulate from the cold they are built for the tundra and high mountain ranges

For both caribo...