Does the muskox belong to the Bovidae family?


             The muskox is a hoofed Arctic mammal. It is famous for its thick coat of fur. The male muskox emits a strong odour seasonally to attract females.

             The name of the animal derives from this specialty. They are from primarily in Greenland and the Canadian Arctic of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. You may have heard of musk deer, which, in fact, is from another family, called Moschidae.

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