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  • Info Bison (also called buffalo) are large, even-toed ungulates in the genus Bison within the subfamily Bovinae.
  • Here they killed one of the bisons which were numerous in the valley. Cited from The Romance of the Colorado River, F. Dellenbaugh
  • The last bison had been killed just a month earlier.
  • Bison mate in late spring and summer in more open plain areas.
  • The Bison basketball program includes a men's and a women's team.
  • When the Bison number over this amount they are sold.
  • Despite its name, the park is most famous for its herd of Bison.
  • Only a few bisons remain, and these are now kept in parks. Cited from Highroads of Geography, by Anonymous
  • Before I knew what had happened, the Bisons had again tied the score. Cited from The Redheaded Outfield, by Zane Grey
  • In contrast, today the largest North American land animal is the American bison.
  • The bison do well because much of the island is covered by dry, native grassland.
  • Conservation efforts have allowed the population to increase, but the bison remains near-threatened.
  • The Bisons played a spring training game in Lake Worth that day.
  • He would leave this position after only one season with the Gallaudet Bisons.
  • The horses put pressure on the bison in two ways.
  • According to legend, at one point the bison refused to go over the cliff.
  • Bison have migrated over the northern land bridge for many years.
  • They moved westward after they adopted use of horses and guns, which gave them a larger range for bison hunting.
  • They had a greater range for hunting bison and trading with other tribes.
  • In, he played in five games for the Buffalo Bisons before his career came to an end.
  • Within decades of increased settlement, the remaining herds of bison had moved west.
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Synonyms of bison

Meaning of bison

  • noun Any of several large humped bovids having shaggy manes and large heads and short horns