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The American bison was hunted to the brink of extinction, killed by the millions during the late 19th Century. From a single, hold-out herd in Yellowstone National Park, they began more than a 100 years of recovery.

The bison has changed very little since the Pleistocene, evolving into a slightly smaller version of the same animal that dotted plains first freed from glacial ice. They are ideally suited to the harsh, Western winters, capable of clearing large amounts of snow from buried grass with their huge heads.