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Though aboutbison exist on private ranches and in public herds, perhaps only 15, to 25, of these bison are pure and not actually bison-cattle hybrids. One possible explanation for this might be the small amount of domestic cattle genes that are now in most bison populations, though this is not the only possible explanation for bison success. A wood bison around Coal River in Canada In the study, cattle genes were also found in small amounts throughout most national, state and private herds. However, the extension of this herd into the Book Cliffs of central Utah involved mixing the founders with additional bison from another source, so it is not known if the Book Cliffs extension of the herd is also free of cattle hybridization.
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