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Other species like the American bison and many kinds of whales had once played central roles in important ecosystems but had been reduced to small remnant populations.
In fact, more people have been harmed by bison during the last decade than grizzly bears.
When Mann lifted it out, the spread of the steppe bison's horns was 43 inches.
Boot call Each Eagles offensive lineman got a pair of bison-leather cowboy boots from Carson Wentz, with the Eagles logo on the front and the player’s number on the back.
With the settlement of the West came the destruction of some of the continent’s common species, like the bison herds and the passenger pigeons, which numbered in the billions early in the 1870s but, by the 1890s, only in the dozens.
Visitors often drive through to see the roaming bison, also known as buffalo, and other wildlife.
The Badlands in the United States are the site of visually stunning scenery and quintessentially American animals such as the bison and the prairie dog.
While the Beyond Burger, in my experience, had a pleasant (if bland) flavor, the Impossible Burger is gamier, with a flavor less like a veggie burger and more in the realm of some exotic wild meat (think elk, bison or boar), with notes of liver.
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First Known Use: circa 1611See Words from the same year
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