|Title: Musk Ox, Alternative Title: (Ovibos moschatus), Creator: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Source: DI-YD-002, Publisher: (none), Contributor: ASSISTANT REGIONAL DIRECTOR-EXTERNAL AFFAIRS.|
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The musk ox live in the frozen tundra of northern, Alaska, Canada, Ellesmere Island, Greenland, Norway, Sweden and Siberia. No other hoofed animal lives as far north as the musk ox. Musk Ox - Ovibos moschatus.
The muskox, known as the Oomingmak to the Alaskan natives, are huge. The word Oomingmak means "the animal with skin like a beard" to the Inupiaq speaking Eskimos. MuskOx
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