Woodland Caribou

The woodland caribou is probably the rarest large mammal in the United States, being limited to the Selkirk Mountains in the vicinity of the Idaho/Washington/British Columbia border. Its not clear how many there are, but its certainly below 100 and some estimates are as low as 30 animals. Copyright: Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, University of Washington, Seattle. (permission granted for personal or educational use)

Comments

Post a Comment
Viewing: 1-1 of 1
Sajama

Sajama - Apr 5, 2006 9:08 am - Voted 10/10

Interesting.

It seems a wood of horns.Interesting!

Viewing: 1-1 of 1