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When the secretary goes home for the day or travels, the flag — a blue banner emblazoned with the agency’s bison seal flanked by seven white stars representing the Interior bureaus — comes down.
There is a mural of woolly mammoths and a life-size ancient bison full of hair and fur.
Manipulated Tibetan chants and some bison captured on her uncle’s wildlife preserve also gave Dany’s favorite child more of an intimidating bass tone this season.
Antelope grazed, unperturbed by traffic whipping along the road, bison wandered across the green hills and bald eagles wheeled overhead, scouting fish along the purling Yellowstone River.
The record Boone and Crockett modern bison has a horn tip spread of 27 inches.
It’s been deconstructed, reconstructed, reimagined, served on lettuce, in wraps, on pizza, and the beef has been replaced by everything from veggies to shrimp to duck to bison.
Opening up space to bison is more than just a conservation win for Denver airport officials.
For decades, archaeologists have pored over the spectacular images of stampeding horses and charging bison left by Ice Age artists on European cave walls more than 10,000 years ago.
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First Known Use: circa 1611See Words from the same year
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