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Bison and calf

The Bison at Domino's Farms

One-ton boulders in motion

We have known since childhood that huge herds of bison--America's national mammal--once thundered across the Great Plains. But Phil Myers, emeritus curator of mammals at the U-M Museum of Zoology, tells us that these iconic animals were also native to Michigan. Woodland bison may have roamed here as late as the 1790s.

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