Yes, but very few. They are considered an endangered species. Those that do live in the lower 48 states reside in a miniscule region of the northernmost parts of Idahoe and Washington State. To see a map of caribou ranges historically and today, follow the link.
Caribou live mainly in Canada and Alaska, as they thrive in the very north. However, they do occasionally find their way down into the lower 48 United States, such as in Maine, Montana and Washington.
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