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The name reindeer originates from the Micmac Indians who live in the easter part of Canada. The word "rein" means"digger" and reflects the manner in which the reindeer digs its hoofs into the snow to find food. Reindeer grow new antlers and fur each year. Reindeer are the only member of the deer family where the male and female both shed antlers. This antler was collected humanely in the forests of Finland.