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Behavior of
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Bison Diet
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Description of Buffalo/Bison

The Evolution
of Bison


North American
Bison Impact

The Bison
Meat Industry

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The Bison Name

Favorite Bison Recipes


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Bison Impact
The extinction of four species of bison (Bison antiquus, Bison latifrons, Bison occidentalis, and Bison prices) is linked to natural selection. Humans were almost exclusively accountable for the near-extinction of the American bison in the 1800's.
At the beginning of the 19th century, tens of millions of bison roamed North America. Humans slaughtered an estimated 50 million bison, generally for their meat or pelts. This practice of over-hunting the bison reduced their population to hundreds.
Attempts to revive the American bison, however, have
been highly successful. Farming of bison has increased their population to nearly 150,000. The American bison is therefore
 no longer considered an endangered species.
 
 
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