Musk-ox
Musk-ox is more closely related to goats than to cattle. It is very well adapted for life in the cold, harsh arctic climate. Its long outer coat and thick undercoat keep out cold, snow, and rain. Its broad, well insulated feet keep the musk-ox from sinking into the soft snow.
Head On Head Crash !!!!!!
Source: The Canadian Encyclopedia World Edition. CD-ROM. N.p.: McClelland & Stewart Inc., 2000.
Key Facts

Scientific name : Ovibos moschatus

Size : Males 1.8-2.4 m long; females smaller

Habitat : Tundra

Distribution : Alaska, northern Canada, Greenland, Norway

Reproduction : Female produces single offspring in May, which is able to walk after one hour; gestation period 33 weeks

Diet : Grasses, mosses, lichens, leaves