- Native to: The reindeer is native to Canada, Alaska, Greenland and Northern Europe and lives in woodlands, coniferous forests and tundra.
- Diet: They are herbivores and their diet consists of mosses, grasses, shoots, willow, lichens and fungi.
- Lifespan: 20 years in captivity.
- IUCN Status: Least Concern.
- Fun Facts: Their breeding season is October and this is called the ‘Rut’. After a gestation period of approximately 228 days, a single calf is born.