Origin of bison
OTHER WORDS FROM bisonbi·son·tine [bahy-suhn-tahyn, -zuhn-], /ˈbaɪ sənˌtaɪn, -zən-/, adjective
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The undeveloped landscape is mostly mixed-grass prairie and limestone badlands, which means wonderfully broad horizons dotted with herds of elk and bison.
Stone Age artists painted about 50 images of horses, goats and bison on a wall.How torchlight, lamps and fire illuminated Stone Age cave art|Jaime Chambers|August 5, 2021|Science News For Students
In 2016, a couple put a newborn bison in their car because they were “worried that the calf was freezing and dying,” although the temperatures inside Yellowstone did not drop below freezing that night.
Bonafide’s thick, flavorful broth is made by simmering beef, turkey, lamb, and bison bones for over 18 hours.
If you want to camp among bison, geysers, and natural hot springs, there’s no better place than Yellowstone.15 National Park Campsites to Add to Your Bucket List|Outside Editors|June 15, 2021|Outside Online
This means a decline in habitat quality for grazers like bison and elk, whose winter-killed carcasses grizzlies feed upon.
Some bison die during the violence of the rut in August; there is intense competition by bears for these rare summer carcasses.
Some of those 900 bison might have perished naturally during the killing cold of winter and provided spring food for grizzlies.
I did once see a pack of wolves try to bring down a bison at decade or so ago.
Take the case of the American bison: The ice-age bison evolved into the Plains buffalo, Bison bison, perhaps 10,000 years ago.
See if you can find out something about the great herds of bison that used to live in this country.
Ever since the reindeer went away the Cave-men had been looking for the return of the bison.
The edge of the lowland forest where the bison wintered could be seen far away.
Then everybody climbed up a hill or a high cliff and watched the coming of the bison.
Whenever a herd reached a branching valley, a big bison led off a small herd.