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|All Authors / Contributors:||Mary Meagher|
|Notes:||Fig. 1. Dorsal, ventral, and lateral views of cranium and lateral view of mandible of adult male bison (YNP 11661) Condylobasal length, 519 mm. Photographs by A. Vanderbilt.
Fig. 2. Dorsal, ventral, and lateral views of cranium of adult female bison (YNP 12050). Condylobasal length, 460 mm. Photographs by A. Vanderbilt.
Fig. 3. Photographs of a fully mature male (top) during rut and female (bottom) bison showing contrast in head and horn shape. Photographs courtesy of A. Stephen Johnson.
Fig. 4. Map illustrating probable maximum distribution of B. bison during late prehistoric times with the north-south axis of the primary range coincident with the central North American grasslands. The maximum extent of the range of B. b. athabascae is not as well known as that of B. b. bison. Map is fig. 23 from McDonald (1981) courtesy of University of California Press (scale added).
|Other Titles:||Bison bison|