Caribou

Caribou live, travel and feed in herds. Inuit still hunt the caribou for food and to use its hide for clothing. The caribou is closely related to and resembles the reindeer found in Europe. There are four species of Caribou in Canada - Grant's Caribou (found in the Yukon), Woodland Caribou (found in the northern parts of the provinces from Quebec west and also Newfoundland), Barren Ground Caribou (found in the Northwest Territories, north Yukon and Nunavut) and the Peary Caribou (found in the northern islands of Nunavut).

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