Reindeer are real animals. They are a type of large deer that lives close to the North Pole, specifically above the tree line in North America, Greenland, Eurasia and Siberia. More »

Russia is the largest country in the world in terms of area and hosts about 160 ethnic groups, meaning its culture is diverse. For example, even though Russian is the official language, there are over 100 languages spoke... More »

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There are several working reindeer farms throughout the United States, including the Hardy's Reindeer Ranch in Rantoul, Illinois, and the Reindeer Farm in Palmer, Arkansas. Both working reindeer farms have visiting hours... More »

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Reindeer are probably a domesticated form of caribou, says the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. Reindeer are slightly smaller than caribou. Reindeer are shorter and stockier than caribou, and have thicker, denser c... More »

Reindeer stand at a height between 31 inches and 59 inches when measured at their highest shoulder points, according to the San Diego Zoo. They also grow to be about 4 to 7 feet in length. More »

Reindeer are a domesticated variety of the caribou, a deer species native to northern North America, Europe, Asia and Greenland. The Sami people of Scandinavia and the Kola peninsula of Russia have herded reindeer and us... More »

Reindeer are the only species of deer in which both the females and males grow antlers. Female reindeer can grow antlers that are 20 inches long, and males can grow a 51 inch long rack of antlers. Antlers are shed and re... More »