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There are 5600 bison in Wood Buffalo National Park in Alberta.  There a more than 10,000 in Canada.  The group in Wood Buffalo National Park is the largest free-roaming herd of bison in the world. There's lots of info on wood bison here:  https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/nature/science/especes-species/liste-list/eep-sar3u#a1
 
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