The Prong Horned Antelope of Canada, the Process of Setting Fire to Plaines to Create Grazing Land, Wolves Preventing Overgrazing, and the Fat Reserves of Beavers Stored Within the Tail

The prong horned antelope, found on the grass plaines of Canada, can travel nearly 100 kilometers an hour making them the fastest hoofed animals on Earth. Indigenous people selectively set fire to the plaines consistently, to clear away trees, as their primary prey were grass grazing animals like buffalo and bison. Wolves kept grass grazing animals on the move, preventing the land from being overgrazed. Beavers have fat reserves stored within their tails which they can use when malnourished from...

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