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How to Make a Reindeer
Making your own reindeer is a suitable holiday crafts project for Christmas tree ornaments, house decorations or gifts, using this plan adapted from allfreecrafts.com. You can make a team of reindeer if you wish to represent the famous animals that pull... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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Reindeer - Wikipedia


The reindeer (Rangifer tarandus), also known as caribou in North America, is a species of deer with circumpolar distribution, native to Arctic, Subarctic, tundra, ...

11 Things You Might Not Know About Reindeer | Mental Floss


Dec 7, 2015 ... Beyond their sled-pulling capabilities and discrimination towards those with red noses, what do you really know about reindeer?

Reindeer | San Diego Zoo Animals & Plants


Reindeer or caribou? Even though no one has actually seen a reindeer fly, this special member of the deer family has a lot to live up to! Reindeer and caribou ...

Reindeer | San Diego Zoo - Kids


Are these big, furry, hoofed animals reindeer or caribou? The answer depends on where you live. In Europe and Asia where they have been domesticated, they  ...

Facts About Reindeer - Live Science


Sep 28, 2016 ... Reindeer, or caribou, are members of the deer family. They don't fly, but they sometimes do have red noses.

1000+ ideas about Reindeer on Pinterest | Christmas Greetings ...


Find and save ideas about Reindeer on Pinterest, the world's catalog of ideas. | See more about Christmas Greetings, Vintage Christmas and Christmas.

ReindeerCam - Santa's Official Reindeer Live Feed


Watch Santa's reindeer live 24/7! Regular visits from Santa weekdays at 11am, 6pm & 9pm E/T & Weekends at 6pm E/T. As seen on The Today Show, CNN and  ...

Rangifer tarandus (Caribou, Peary Caribou, Reindeer) - IUCN Red List


Taxonomic Notes: The world's Caribou and Reindeer are classified as a single species Rangifer tarandus. Reindeer is the European name for the species while  ...

Reindeer information - Reindeer Owners and Breeders Association


Reindeer are of the family Cervidae-which means deer. In the case of reindeer, males & females both grow antlers, that are deciduous, solid antlers which grow ...