Roaming Caribou (Animals of the Tundra) (Library Binding)
Caribou, or reindeer, are hoofed herbivores that live in the tundra habitat. Standing 5 feet at the shoulder and weighing up to 700 pounds, these large animals have specially adapted to their harsh living conditions. In this educational book, readers will discover how caribou have evolved to survive in the tundra. They'll learn about how caribou stay warm, what they eat, and why they migrate. Vibrant photographs bring the information to life, adding interest to the informative material.