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Canadas Wild Buffalo; observations in the Wood Buffalo Park With an appendix -A reconnaissance in the home of the Wood Buffalo by F V Seibert Pp 1-17 8 photos 3 maps


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Anonymous, 1960: Behavior and social organization of the wild bison of Wood Buffalo National Park Canada

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