Caribou, also known as reindeer in Europe and caribou in Canada, are deer from the Arctic and Subarctic regions of Europe, Asia and North America. Several reindeer have also been introduced to the sub-Antarctic archipelago of the Kerguelen Islands where they now live in the wild. The largest herds of wild caribou are found in Alaska and northern Quebec and Labrador. The reindeer has been domesticated, particularly in northern Europe and Siberia where it serves as a draft animal, pack and race. The reindeer, or caribou, is a robust animal that can weigh up to 180 kg for an adult male for an average height of 1.30 m at the withers, females have an average weight of about 100 kg for a height at the withers of About 1.10 m. Its coat can be brown or gray, its tail is short. The hairs are hollow like a tube and help it to swim in addition to isolating it from the cold. Males and females wear velvet-covered woods in summer, which they lose in the fall. The woods then take a red hue, then dark brown. The blood vessels of the woods, which ensure their growth, contribute to this coloration. The male plume falls in early winter and the female plume later in spring. The hooves are wide, suitable for walking in the snow or the mud of soils that thaw, as well as swimming and shoveling snow to reach the food.
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