Fibreglass American Bison
When the Europeans began moving to America way back in the 18th and 19th centuries, the American Bison, then numbering about 50 million, did not know that their population and kind was about to be endangered. The settlers hunted them for food, sports, and commerce more than what was necessary until sometime in 1889, only a little more than 1,000 bison existed in entire North America.
Conservation and protection efforts however have allowed this oft-mistaken animal for a buffalo to multiply at a good number, though no longer as many as 50 million in the past yet enough to stabilize the ecosystem and to save them from extinction.
This American Bison Sculpture in fiberglass perfection with its realistic fur, size, upturned horns, and humped shoulders would fit naturally in a herd. Like its real counterpart, this bison can never be domesticated as it would always be more beneficial for it to live in the wild, and surely commercial and educational spaces should be wild enough to conserve it.
Dimensions: L 222 x W 83 x H 159 cm
Weight: 63 kg
- Life-size fibreglass American Bison
- Durable and weather-resistant