Bison By Alison, Emily, Jacob and Ethan
Hunting the Bison • People would chased them into a pound and close the gate and locked it with barbwire. Then threw spears at them.
renewable or Non-renewable? Bison are a renewable resource. Do you know how……… because bison have calves every year. So if they die, they will repopulate. Do you know how many calves they have? 1 or 2 every Spring.
How are they are made • God created the bison. He said, “Let there be land animals.” So there were land animals. Then God created Adam, then Adam named a big creature the BISON.So then there were Bison.
Bison’s natural Predators\tural predator • A Bison’s natural predators are wolves, bears, mountain lions, coyotes, and humans. Some people would chase Bison off a cliff and that was called head smashed and bison jump. • WATCH OUT BISON THERE COMING!!
Tipis made of Bison • Native people used to kill Bison to make the walls of tipis. The skin of Bison is thick so it makes a good tipi walland many other things.
Transporting Bison • Bison transport in herds to get to grasslands. When they gather there is usually millions of bison. That’s a lot of bison!!
Extinct • If you like Bison sometimes one is enough to kill. One provides lots There was only 6 million left. That was not a lot of Bison.
Bonus 1.Bison breed in fall and have babies in spring. 2.Bison are the largest animal in North America. 3.Male Bison are 3 and half meters long. 4.Male bison are 2 meters tall. 5.When there is a predators around Bison form a circle around the baby ( calf) to protect it. 6. One type of bison is called the African buffalo. 7. Bison live in North/South America and Buffalo live in Africa. 8. Plains bison have smaller shoulder humps and weigh less than Wood bison. 9.Some Bison live in the Rocky Mountains.