They are herbivores which means they eat grass and twigs. They can also eat haey and frequently need water, but can go without water for only a couple of hours. In the tundra these wolves are sometimes eaten by snow leopards, polar bears, and foxes. Not very often do you find these wolves get hunted by other animals because of how tough and fierce they are. Most of the time, the are the hunters and not the….
Wasting was an act foreign to the Native Americans, especially when it came to the buffalo. By the late s, the buffalo population was quickly diminishing as a result of overhunting, disease, and Eastern manufacturers. While the buffalo was used in the east as a fashion statement, it meant frustration and hunger to the Native Americans. This fueled conflict between the Natives and the settlers on the Plains. An example of conflict between the two groups of inhabitants is when the tribe of Kiowas were forced to go to a reservation.
Bison, like many species, have come a long way since the dawn of time. Bison have grown along side humans and humans took advantage of the bison to near extinction. Now bison have been struggling to survive but are luckily still around today but not in every place it used to be. The history of bison go far back to when species are still young on land. To start back in the beginning, bison came from the bovine family.
The American bison is also known as the American buffalo, is a north american species of bison that once roamed the grasslands of North America in massive herds and became nearly extinct by a combination of hunting and slaughter in the 19th century Newell. The bison is considered to be the largest The industry of cattle blossomed as the railroads provided a means of transport to market the cattle Josephy