A reindeer is a fur covered animal. Reindeer look like the animals that are said to pull Santa’s sleigh, but they don’t have shiny noses, and they can’t fly!
Reindeer are often called caribou. In some parts of the world they are called reindeer. In other parts they are called caribou. In some places they will even call them caribou if they are wild, and reindeer if they are tame. Most scientists agree that there is no real difference between the caribou and the reindeer.
How much do you know about reindeer? Do you know:
Why do reindeer have air trapped in their hair?
How big can a reindeer herd get to be?
Do both male and female reindeer grow antlers?
Besides grass, what do reindeer eat?
Why is the Alaska oil pipeline an enemy to reindeer?
Learn all these things, and more!
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Learn what a reindeer looks like, where it lives, what it eats, what eats it, how babies are born, and other fun facts.
Ages 7 to 10
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