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When snow depths increase and moisture content is four inches or more, bison need to look for greener pastures. Here a bison uses his strong neck muscles and head to move deep snow that covers forage. If one looks in one of these areas of forage, one will appreciate the great effort bison go through to get a bite to eat at this time of the year.

really a hare

Shoveling Snow #9082 .

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