Caribou (noun)

A large Arctic and sub-Arctic deer known for its large antlers and migratory habits.


Derived from the mi'kmaq word 'xalibu' which means 'the pawer' or 'the one who paws'.


  1. The caribou migration is a spectacular sight to see in the wilderness.
  2. The hunters waited patiently for a chance to shoot a caribou for food.
  3. The indigenous people of the Arctic region have relied on caribou for sustenance for centuries.
  4. The caribou population has declined in recent years due to hunting and loss of habitat.
  5. The caribou antlers are an important source of calcium for the animals during the winter months.
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