Caribou live in North America, Scandinavia and Russia throughout the mountain tundra, forests and arctic tundra. There are currently 5 million caribou in the entire world. More »

Caribou are more commonly known as reindeer. They reside in Europe, North America, Greenland and Asia. Caribou are herbivores, and adult caribou can eat up to 12 pounds of food per day. Caribou can weigh anywhere from 24... More »

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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 thousan... More »

Arctic foxes live in the tundra regions of Greenland, Alaska, Russia, Canada, Norway and Scandinavia. They are also found In Iceland where they are the only native land mammal. More »

Grizzly bears live in Asia, Russia, Europe, North America and Scandinavia. They live in habitats such as alpine meadows, woodlands, prairies and forests, preferring riparian areas that are close to streams and rivers. More »

Known as caribou in North America, reindeer also live in Europe, Russia and Asia. Both male reindeer, called bucks, and female reindeer, called does, have antlers. The antlers of each reindeer are unique and shed every w... More »

Moose live in the northern regions of North America, Europe and Asia. Their habitats include boreal and mixed-deciduous forests in temperate and sub-arctic climates. The largest of all deer species, moose can grow to a h... More »