Reindeer are deer that live around the poles. There are also those who call it caribou or caribou. Scientifically, this deer is called Rangifer tarandus.
Reindeer live in Europe, and America, which belongs to the North Pole. The temperature there can reach -60 degrees Celsius. Brrr … so cold!
This animal lives in the tundra. Tundra is a land without trees in the North Pole. Only moss and grass grow there. Moss and grass are the food for reindeer. In winter, the tundra is covered in snow. With its large nails, reindeer digging snow to get food.
Deer have thick fur. That’s why he can stand the cold. In winter the fur is gray. Feathers turn brown in summer. During the summer, his eyes are golden yellow, due to continuous sun exposure. But in winter his eyes will turn blue.