Bison Jump Hunting Technique
Contrary to popular belief
Grasslands and prairies of North America
The bison jump wasn’t a daily occurrence or the linchpin of Native American hunting.
Herbivorous, with a diet consisting of grasses, sedges, and other vegetation
While there’s evidence of sporadic use, it’s essential to debunk the notion that it was a widespread or primary method.
Native American tribes exhibited remarkable ingenuity
Lives in herds, with males and females forming separate groups for most of the year and coming together during mating season
They were relying on a diverse array of techniques tailored to their environments and the behavior of their prey.
1000-2200 pounds (450-1000 kg) for males; 800-1200 pounds (360-540 kg) for females
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