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Facts About American Bison

  1. It is the national animal of America. 2. Male bison are also called (Bulls) and females (cows). 3. They Are North America's Largest Mammal 4. Male bison can weigh up to 2,000 pounds and stand 6 feet tall 5. The average lifespan for a bison is 10–20 years, 6. Bison have poor eyesight, but they have excellent senses of smell and hearing. 7. You can judge a bison's mood by its tail. 8. Bison calves are also called “red dogs” because of their orange-red color at the time of birth. 9. They Make a Variety of Sounds  10. Both Males and Females Have Horns An interesting blog shared by "The Apex Academy" Daycare and Preschool in North Richland Hills , Texas, USA

Interesting Facts About National Tree of The USA

1. It is the national tree of the USA. 2. Symbolize wisdom, courage, and endurance. The tree's height, long lifespan, and deep roots ensure that it sees and experiences many events throughout its lifetime. 3. There are over 600 species of oak trees. 4. A mature oak tree can reach around 148 feet (45 meters). 5. Oak trees live up to 1,000 years. 6. Oak trees hold the highest probability of lightning strikes. 7. An oak tree produces about 10 million acorns during its lifetime. 8. Wine is aged in oak barrels. 9. Oak trees do not bear fruits until they are nearly 20 years old. 10. Vikings used oaks to construct their ships and boats. An informative blog shared by the Apex Academy, Preschool in North Richland Hills.