The Mammoth of the modern day

Facts about the Bison

The Bison is found in the grasslands in North America and Europe.

The Bison is considered a mammal because it gives birth to live young and produces milk unlike birds, reptiles and amphibians.

Bison mainly eat grasses and sedges.

Bison don't have many natural predators because of their size, although Wolves, Mountain Lions and Bears do not mind indulging in some Bison.

Bison have few adaptations, as they live in grasslands and don't need much camouflage, these adaptations are long shaggy brown coat and an excellent sense of smell.

Bison are not endangered, as there are many different species in the world.