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I have looked everywhere for this and I can't seem to find a answer. Are there any animals that live in canada and not the USA? I have had a hard time with this question and need some help
THANKS SO MUCH
- Danger ErinLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Vancouver Island Marmot http://www.islandnet.com/~marmot/jpegs/yrlng5.jpg
North American Elk http://www.trmichels.com/ElkBuglingHeadOn0030.jpg
- hudsongrayLv 71 decade ago
North American Elk are in both countries.
Polar animals are the likeliest ones, though the snowey owl does migrate down into the northern US in winter.
Walrus and seals can be added to the Canadian list. Arctic fox, caribou, polar bear, lemmings, Arctic wolf (the white ones, they're a subspecies of the gray wolf) and brown bear. Grizzleys are related to the brown bear but they are a separate species.
Actually--do you mean it's ok to list ones found in Alaska too? Or ones not? Because I think even the caribou migrate to both areas.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
I also don't think the Musk ox lives in the US. It might be in Alaska, I'm not sure about that, but I'm pretty sure it doesn't come down to any of the lower 48. I could be wrong, please double check my answer before taking it as fact.
- 1 decade ago
According to this site, there are 5 animals.
Hope it helps.