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Alaska a state of the United States on the northwestern coast of North America. Its capital is Juneau. (abbreviated: AK)
America (plural) the lands of North and South America, including the lands of Central America and the Caribbean islands (preceded by the). [2/3 definitions]
American of or having to do with North, Central, or South America, or its people or languages. [2/5 definitions]
American Indian a member of any of the native peoples of North America, Central America, South America, or the West Indies, except for Eskimos. American Indians are also called Native Americans.
Apache a member of a North American Indian people living mostly in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico.
Appalachian Mountains a mountain range in eastern North America that stretches from the southeastern part of Canada to central Alabama in the United States; Appalachians.
arctic (often capitalized) of or having to do with the region around the North Pole. [2/3 definitions]
Arctic Circle an imaginary line drawn around the earth parallel to the equator which marks the boundary of the Arctic. North of this line there are periods of continuous night in the winter and continuous day in the summer.
Arctic Ocean the ocean that surrounds the North Pole.
Atlantic an ocean bordered by Europe and Africa on the east and North and South America on the west; Atlantic Ocean.
Atlantic Ocean an ocean that is bordered by Europe and Africa on the east and by North and South America on the west.
aurora borealis bands of light that appear in the skies at night near the North Pole; northern lights.
badger a furry mammal with short legs and a long body. The American badger has a white stripe on its forehead that runs down its back, and it has long dark marks on its face also. Badgers eat worms, rodents, rabbits, and plants. Different kinds of badgers live in Europe, Asia, and North America. They are related to skunks, otters, and other kinds of weasels. [1/2 definitions]
beaver1 a large rodent, up to four feet long, with thick brown fur and a wide flat tail. Beavers use their long front teeth to cut down trees for food and to build dams and lodges (beaver houses). They use the dams to keep water around their lodges. Beavers live in North America, Europe, and Asia.
bighorn a wild sheep found in the Rocky Mountains of North America. The male has large, curved horns; the female has short, straight horns. They are also called Rocky Mountain sheep.
bison a very large mammal with a large head, humped shoulders, and short curved horns. Bison used to roam the plains of North America in large herds, but they were hunted until they were almost extinct. North American bison are also called buffalo, but they are not related to the true buffalo of Africa and Asia. Bison have hooves and are closely related to cattle. Bison eat only plants and chew their cud. [1/2 definitions]
black bear a medium-sized bear, usually with thick black or reddish brown fur. They are the most common bears in North America and live in forests and mountain areas. [1/2 definitions]
black widow a small spider of North and South America. The female has a shiny, black body with a red mark on her underside and a poisonous bite.
bluebird a small, blue North American songbird. Males usually have a reddish breast.
bluefish a fish that lives in mild Atlantic waters of the North and South American coast. Bluefish are blue and are caught for sport or food.
blue jay a common jay bird of eastern North America. A blue jay has a crest on its head and a bright blue upper body with white and black markings on its wings and tail.