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Reindeer News

Time lapse video: Reindeer return to summer island home in Norway

Every year, reindeer herders use an old Norwegian Navy landing craft to ferry around 10,000 reindeer to their summer home on islands in the Finnmark and Troms counties. Photographer Jan Olsen decided to catch the event on a time lapse video.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 4 comments

Caribou poop traded for gas money in Canada

Researchers and hunters in the Northwest Territories of Canada are encouraged to swap reindeer fecal samples for gas cards to monitor heard health of the Woodland Caribou.
In the Media by Clay Walker

How do reindeer avoid power lines?

London - Ultra-violet light-emitting power lines may upset reindeer and other animals, a new study has found. However, the animals are very adept at avoiding power cables.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Finnish reindeer glow at night to prevent accidents

Helsinki - Glowing reindeer can be spotted in northern Finland thanks to a reflective spray which makes them more visible in a bid to prevent car accidents, Finnish reindeer breeders said Tuesday."We are hoping that it is so useful that we can use the spray in th...
In the Media by AFP

Reindeer in Norway to wear reflectors to avoid car accidents

It seems Rudolph's red nose is not sufficient. Special biodegradable reflector cuffs will now be placed on the horns of around 10,000 reindeer in northern Norway in an effort to prevent them being run over by passing motorists.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 2 comments

Where is Santa now?

To help children (and adults) track Santa, the U.S. government have a website dedicated to locating the jolly red-and-white figure on Christmas Eve.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Canada's Caribou habitat endangered because of climate change

The North American caribou, and in particular, the Woodland caribou found in the southern Canadian Rockies and northern America are already an endangered species. Now, there is concern over their specialized habitat disappearing, perhaps forever.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 2 comments

Video: Reindeer on roof made kids think Christmas came early

Verneuil-sur-indre - Children in the little town of Verneuil-sur-Indre in the Indre-et-Loire department of central France can be forgiven for thinking Santa had arrived early, when the reindeer appeared on a garage roof in the center of town.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 3 comments

Reindeer eyes change color in winter darkness

To survive the wintery conditions in the Arctic, scientists have found that one part of an reindeer’s eyes changes color. This adaptation increases the sensitivity of the animal’s vision, helping it navigate the through the darker months.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

'Reindeer' visit to UK hospital probed

Glasgow - Having to spend Christmas in hospital is usually not good. If you are a child it could be extremely upsetting. Staff try to bring 'festive cheer' to the wards, but is a visit by a 'reindeer' a step too far?
In the Media by Eileen Kersey - 2 comments

South Georgia to cull all of its reindeer

The British Government is preparing to cull what are described as “invasive reindeer” on the small island of South Georgia. There is no native population on the islands.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 3 comments

Why is Rudolph's nose red?

The headline is not the start of Christmas joke. Scientists have found that a reindeer’s nose is red because it is richly supplied with red blood cells, which help to protect the animal from getting too cold and to regulate brain temperature.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 4 comments

Video: Reindeer races & ice-fishing in Russia's frozen north

Northern Russia is well known for its harsh climate and vast icy tundra, where residents are cut off from the rest of the country. Life is hard, but they have their fun moments too.
In the Media by Anne Sewell

Reindeer in Norway getting reflective tags and collars

Rudolph won’t be the only reindeer glowing this winter since reflective collars and tags have been fitted on about 2,000 reindeer in Norway.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 1 comment

Escaped reindeer runs through city centre

Sunderland - An escaped reindeer was recorded on CCTV as it ran along a street in the city of Sunderland after jumping out of its pen to avoid a dog.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 2 comments

Illinois' Miller Park Zoo Goes 'Green' For Christmas

The Miller Park Zoo has found an interesting way of recycling and reusing for Christmas in the forms of ornament making.
In the Media by Can Tran - 1 comment

New Alaskan Xmas Present: Rudolph the Red Nose Hotdogs

Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer, made a very tasty snack. Santa ate way too many, he's gonna have a heart attack. All of the other reindeer, used to laugh and call him game. They never let poor Rudolph know he would be someone's present as a sausage pack.
In the Media by Inkling

Ontario Grade 4 Students Try To Save Reindeer Population

Caribou, a.k.a. Reindeer, are having a hard time in Ontario. A Grade 4 class has undertaken a project to save them.
In the Media by Inkling - 3 comments

Sheriff in Pursuit of Reindeer

"That was a new experience for me," the 50-year-old officer told The Associated Press on Tuesday. "It isn't normal procedure for a police officer to grab a reindeer through his car window. I've never heard of it before."
In the Media by pegasus - 5 comments
 

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A Santa display in Frankenmuth  MI
A Santa display in Frankenmuth, MI
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Simon Howden
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Several reindeer live in the park.
Several reindeer live in the park.
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Reindeer in Norway
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Reindeer in Norway
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A reindeer got stuck on a roof of a garage in Verneuil-sur-Indre  France.
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A reindeer got stuck on a roof of a garage in Verneuil-sur-Indre, France.
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Reindeer arriving by boat on their summer island home inside the Arctic circle in northern Norway.
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Reindeer arriving by boat on their summer island home inside the Arctic circle in northern Norway.
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Map: Distribution of Rangifer tarandus (Caribou/Reindeer)
Red - Reindeer (orange: introduced popula...
TBjornstad 11:46, 31 October 2006 (UTC)
Map: Distribution of Rangifer tarandus (Caribou/Reindeer) Red - Reindeer (orange: introduced populations) Green - Caribou
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Reindeer  or caribou  are the only members of the deer family in which both males and females have a...
Reindeer, or caribou, are the only members of the deer family in which both males and females have antlers.
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The Peary caribou is a relatively small and pale subspecies found in the tundra of far northern Nort...
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The Peary caribou is a relatively small and pale subspecies found in the tundra of far northern North America. Unsurprisingly, it is part of the group known as Tundra reindeer.
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Caribou enjoying the water
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Caribou enjoying the water
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