I think it is Donner, Dancer, Vixen, Dasher, Comit, Cupid, Rudolph, Vixen and there is one other which i cant think of. sorii.
It was broadcast for the first time in 1964. It was slightly modified in 1965, because the producers didn't show Santa stopping at the Island of Misfit Toys to pick them up, and a massive write-in campaign (of watchers taken with the adorable Misfit Toys) prompted them to add the scene when Santa comes to pick them up.
Analysis: If we're really going to let science be our guide in this matter, the first thing we have to admit is that reindeer don't fly, let alone haul a jolly fat elf around in an airborne sleigh. And if we start down that slippery slope, there's only one conclusion we can possibly reach: Santa Claus doesn't exist. That way lies madness.
But there is a loophole.
It is a fact, reindeer experts say, that both the male and female of the species have antlers. It is also a fact that while most cows retain their antlers until spring, most bulls drop their antlers by early December. Which is worrisome, I know, but the key word is most.
The experts go on to explain that some younger bulls, depending upon hereditary and environmental factors, may keep their antlers well into spring --- even as late as April.
So it is plausible to suppose that if, for the sake of argument, there were a Santa Claus, and if, for the sake of argument, he did circumnavigate the globe in a reindeer-powered sleigh every December 25th, then at least some of those reindeer --- including one in particular with a shiny, red nose --- could be males.
Chalk one up for tradition, if just barely.
Rudolph (Red-Nosed Reindeer)
All it means is that he/she is in breeding condition but he/she will have to be at least 12 months or older before ready, really its nothing to worry about.
isRudolph was one of Santa's original reindeer
while Santa rides through the night,Rudolf's nose is like a torch
The names of the reindeer that pull Santa's sleigh are
Donner and Blitzen
then there is Rodolph. but that another story....
Near the Arctic. They would be found closer to Scandinavia.
The reindeer, also known as the caribou in North America,
is a deer from the Arctic and Subarctic.
Santa addresses them by name in the poem saying: “Now, Dasher! now, Dancer! now Prancer and Vixen! On, Comet! on, Cupid! on, Donder and Blixen! To the top of the porch! to the top of the wall! Now dash away! dash away! dash away all”
Yes Dancer and Prancer. Their mother loved plays and of course named them after some dance moves.
Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vicson, Comet, Cupid, Donder and Blitzen
and don't forget Roldolph
40,320 ways! I think. --_--
They help them to walk on grounds and snow
It appears that 8 reindeer are commemorated by having mountains named after them. See the link.
the names of Santa's reindeer in french are:
* Tornade (Dasher) - Le plus rapide. * Danseur (Dancer) - La plus gracieuse. * Furie (Prancer) - Le plus puissant. * Fringant (Vixen) - Belle et puissante. * Cométe (Comet) - Il apporte le bonheur aux enfants. * Cupidon (Cupid) - Elle amène l'amour aux enfants. * Tonnerre (Donner) - * Éclair (Blitzen) - Elle apporte la lumière (Elle est souvent considérée comme un mâle) - sourceWikipedia(en francais)
The highest reindeer populations are spread out across multiple countries in Northern Europe and some of Asia, such as Norway, Russia, Greenland, Mongolia and China.
Santa's reindeer are essentially indistinguishable from ordinary reindeer (Caribou, wapiti) They are 85-150 cm (37"-59") at the shoulder and can weigh up to 200 kg (over 400 lb) for a big male. Females are more delicate, seldom exceeding 130 kg (260 lb).
On a normal day they can put down about 5 kg (10 lb) of vegetables. As they can run at speeds up to 75 km/hr and pull twice their own weight on a sleigh they need all the energy they can get.
Why, Rudolph, of course, with his shiny red nose.