What does a reindeer sound like?
Rangifer tarandus is a species of deer native to the far-northern latitudes. Found throughout arctic and subarctic tundras, the species is known as the reindeer in Europe and the caribou in North America.
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Reindeer emit a throaty, grunting noise that many compare to the sound pigs make. During mating season, males are known to produce a louder version of...
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fromChapter 4 / Lesson 167
Reindeer are amazing creatures--far beyond the cartoon images we see at Christmastime! In this lesson, explore where reindeer live, what they eat and the special physical adaptations they have for survival.