Rangifer


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Related to Rangifer: Rangifer tarandus, genus Rangifer
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Kingailaup tuktuit is the term used generally to describe caribou from the islands in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago and thus is commonly translated into English as Peary caribou (Rangifer tarandus pearyi) (Table 1).
Status of northern mountain caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) in Yukon, Canada.
Seasonal levels of metabolic hormones and substrates in male and female reindeer (Rangifer tarandus).
In addition, Bald Eagles have killed young ungulates during summer, including fawns of White-tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus; Duquette and others 2011), lambs of domestic sheep (Smith 1936; McEneaney and Jenkins 1983), and likely Woodland Caribou calves (Rangifer tarandus caribou; Environment Canada 2011).
Santas reindeer and caribou are actually the same animal: Rangifer tarandus, a medium-sized deer that circumnavigates the globe in the northern hemisphere, called reindeer in Eurasia and caribou in North America.
I have been on dozens of hunts for the elusive Rangifer tarandus, but they always result in spectacular failure.
But then you would see one of the large stones move and realize that it was a caribou (Rangifer tarandus) and that there was a whole herd of them moving below you.
(1985) found in their observation of surplus-killing by wolves (Canis lupus) that depredated calves of caribou (Rangifer tarandus) were in good physical condition.
Marine mammal examples include bones from the genera Phoca and Odobenus, as well as various cetaceans; while terrestrial mammal examples include bones from the genera Mammut, Mammuthus, Rangifer, Tapirus, Cervalces (= Alces), Symbos, Bison, and Megalonyx (e.g., Dall 1925; Uchupi 1964; Wigley 1966; Stanley et al.
X X Equus caballus X X Equus hydruntinus X Bos/Bison X X Cervus elaphus X X X Dama dama X Capreolus capreolus X Rangifer tarandus X Sus scropha X Capra pyrenaica X X Rupicapra rupicapra X Orictolagus cuniculus X X X Lepus X Canis lupus X Uulpes vulpes X Lynx pardina X Lynx spelea X Panthera pardus X SOLUTRENSE Beneito Mallaetes Parpallo Ratlla Bubo Elephas sp.
Notable occurrences include some of the earliest discoveries of the Columbian mammoth (Mammuthus columbi) and American mastodon (Mammut americanum), one of the largest collections of the ground sloth Megalonyx jeffersonii, and the southernmost record of reindeer (Rangifer tarandus).
Locus Alleles [H.sub.E] [H.sub.O] Species of origin Rt07 11 0.89 0.91 Rangifer tarandus BL42 8 0.87 0.87 Bos taurus Rt05 9 0.84 0.83 Rangifer tarandus OhP 8 0.84 0.78 O.