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Reindeer, or caribou, live throughout the circumpolar regions of northern Europe, Siberia and North America. The habitats of reindeer include tundra, boreal forests and mountains. Reindeer were first domesticated thousands of years ago in northern Europe and Asia before...


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.


The reindeer population numbers in the low millions as of 2015, but exact figures are not available because their herds and population groups are in constant flux and are located over large tracts of land that cannot be monitored constantly or accurately. In 2015, many ...


Draw a reindeer by starting with the head, sketching in the horns, outlining the back, drawing the legs and adding the details. This takes less than 30 minutes. You need a pencil and a piece of paper.


Caribou is another name for reindeer. These animals are generally referred to as caribou by the people in North America and Greenland and are called reindeer by those living in northern Eurasia.


A male reindeer is called a bull, according to the Smithsonian National Zoological Park. Females are referred to as cows, and babies are calves. Reindeer are domesticated in Europe, but in North America, they roam free and are called caribou.


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.