The largest land animal in the US is the American Bison, which can grow up to 6 1/2 feet tall, 10 feet long, and generally weigh between 900 and 2,200 pounds.
On average, bison are the heaviest as they typically weigh between 930 and 2,200 pounds. They are often considered the largest as they stand about six feet tall and range in length between seven and 11.5 feet. But pretty close to the same size as bison are the polar bears that frequently inhabit Alaska and the northernmost boundaries of Canada. Polar bears range in length from eight to ten feet long, usually weigh anywhere between 772 and 1,433 pounds; the largest polar bear recorded was 12 feet long and weighed 2,209 pounds. Both the bison and polar bears are some of the largest animals in North America.
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