David Mizejewski of the National Wildlife Federation proves that Santa’s reindeer aren’t the only animals at home in cold temperatures, introducing the TODAY anchors to a few other wild creatures that thrive in snowy, wintery temperatures.
This Christmas, like many before it and many yet to come, the story of Santa and his flying reindeer will be told, including how the "jolly old elf" flies on his sleigh throughout the entire world in one night, giving gifts to all the good children. Full story
Rachel Maddow relays some scientific research into why some reindeer really do have a red nose.
A white-coated reindeer calf "Lumi", which means "Snow" in Finish, stretches next to its mother Helmi at the Schoenbrunn zoo in Vienna May 10, 2013. Lumi was born in the zoo on April 25, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: ANIMALS)
March 14, 2013 - Lovozero, Russia - Reindeer herd together on a breeding co-operative farm. (Credit Image:
A male reindeer is seen on the South Georgia islands in an undated photo. Hunters have culled 3,500 reindeer on the British islands of South Georgia near Antarctica in a step to get rid of animals introduced a century ago from Norway as a source of food. Reindeer numbers have surged and their trampl
A reindeer is seen near king penguins on a beach of the South Georgia islands January 20, 2013. Hunters have culled 3,500 reindeer on the British islands of South Georgia near Antarctica in a step to get rid of animals introduced a century ago from Norway as a source of food. Reindeer numbers have s