Translation for 'caribou' from English to Russian
NOUN   a caribou | caribous / [esp. collectively] caribou
SYNO caribou | Greenland caribou | Rangifer tarandus | ...
северный олень {м} [Rangifer tarandus]
карибу {м} [нескл.] [Rangifer tarandus]
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Usage Examples English
  • The caribou population of Michipicoten Island is ecologically significant because it and the Slate Islands caribou population are all that conclusively and verifiably remain of a caribou population which was once found throughout the federally-recognized ON6 Lake Superior caribou range.
  • Peary Caribou, a subspecies of caribou endemic to the Canadian Artic Archipelago, have been assessed as threatened since 2015 by COSEWIC.
  • Autumn: The caribou hunting cycle repeats in September and October when caribou retreat south again.
  • In Innu mythology, Matshishkapeu ("The Farting God") is the most powerful spirit and is even more powerful than the Caribou Master.
  • In early 2017, after previous failures to locate any remaining caribou, researchers turned to advanced thermal imaging technology to survey the area for caribou.

  • The barren-ground caribou population on Southampton Island, Nunavut declined by almost 75%, from about 30,000 caribou in 1997 to 7,800 caribou in 2011.
  • Southampton Island caribou are barren-ground caribou, "Rangifer t. groenlandicus". Like Coats Island caribou, they have no predators on the island.
  • In 1984, about 10,000 caribou of the George River caribou herd—one of Canada's migratory woodland caribou herds—drowned during their bi-annual crossing of the Caniapiscau River when the James Bay Hydro Project flooded the region.
  • Barren-ground caribou (Rangifer tarandus groenlandicus), subspecies of caribou found in Canada and Greenland.
  • Caribou are large-scale migratory animals and have been known to travel up to [...] a day.

  • Ihalmiut were Caribou Inuit, inland-dwelling people in the Barren Lands region whose subsistence centred on hunting caribou. [...] Caribou meat was dried for the winter months.
  • According to the then-Canadian Wildlife Service Chief Mammalogist, Frank Banfield, in his often-cited "A Revision of the Reindeer and Caribou, Genus Rangifer" (1961), [...] "R.
  • Based on Banfield's often-cited "A Revision of the Reindeer and Caribou, Genus Rangifer" (1961), [...] "R.
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