Caribou: Woodland caribou, mountain caribou, Quebec-Labrador caribou, barren ground caribou, central Canada barren ground caribou.
Deer: White-tailed deer, Coues' white-tailed deer, mule deer, Columbian black-tailed deer, Sitka black-tailed deer.
Elk: American elk, Roosevelt's (Olympic) elk.
Moose: Alaska/Yukon moose, Shiras moose, Canada moose.
Sheep: Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, Dall's sheep, Stone's sheep, desert bighorn sheep.
Others: Cougar, bison, Rocky Mountain goat, muskox, pronghorn antelope
There are many animals in North America. Mostly birds, mammals, and insects. Most of North American is too cold for reptiles and amphibians, and the coastal areas are nontropical limiting the number of mollusks and fish. The vast majority are herbivores meaning they feed on plants. This group includes various species of gophers, finches, deer, jays, geese, sheep, ground squirrels, sparrows, mice, rabbits, cranes, beavers, etc. The carnivores include many species of weasels wolves, owls, coyotes, and hawks There's also a group called the omnivores including; bears, skunks, roadrunners, and raccoons. There are many feral introductions too. This includes the mustang, cats, dogs, and people.
There are lots of different animals here in America you have the birds ,snakes , turtles, whales, zebras, dogs ,cats, tigers, sharks, fish , starfish , hamsters , rabbits , rats , mice , squirles, lions, cheetas, bears, cobra, monkeys, rooster, chicken, giraffe, deer, elephant,sting rays, penguins, lamb, gopher, pig, horse , yak ,duck, chipmunk, armidillo, cow, ostrich,goat,fox ,and python
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types of animals on north America well have a good day
Don Corley has the recorded North American 31 Big Game Collection at corleycollection.com and they are Polar Bear, Alaska Brown Bear, Arctic Grizzly, Mountain Grizzly, Black Bear, Mexican Jaguar, Mountain Lion, Wolverine, Pacific Walrus, Timber Wolf, Dall Ram, Stone Ram, Desert Ram, Big Horn Ram, American Bison, Muskox Mountain Goat, Pronghorn, Rocky Mountain Elk, Roosevelt Elk, Tule Elk, Alaska-Yukon Moose, Western Canadian Moose, Shiras Moose, Quebec Labrador Caribou, Mountain Caribou, Woodland Caribou, Alaska Barren Ground Caribou, Arctic Islands Caribou, Sitka Black Tailed Deer, Columbia Black Tailed Deer, White Tail Deer, Coues Deer, Desert Mule Deer, & Rocky Mountain Mule Deer
No. The American Bison is the largest surviving land animal in North America. There were a number of other species of megafauna prior to the arrival of humans, but they were quickly wiped out.
Animals common to both North and South America include the American crow, some species of bears, and the black-footed ferret.
The most common languages in North America are English, Spanish, and French.
Deer are the most common animal in North America. Rabbits are also very common in North America. The turtle is the most common reptile. The most common animal in the United States is the Tree Squirrel. Dogs are the most popular pets in North America, followed by the domestic cat.
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In North America the most common electricity outlet is 15 amp.
The most common bird in North America is the albatross.Common Birds of Prey in North America are listed below: Falcons: American kestrelHawks: Red-tailed hawkEagles:Bald EagleVultures:Black vultureCondors:California condor(I know it's rare, but is's the only condor in North America)
American Black Bear