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- Woodland Caribou
- Quebec-Labrador Caribou
- Central Canada Barren-ground Caribou
- Mountain Caribou
- Barren-ground Caribou
- Arctic Islands Caribou
Antler configuration can vary greatly between the subspecies of caribou.
- While woodland caribou bulls of eastern Canada typically have smaller racks, the Quebec-Labrador bulls can grow significantly larger and wider.
- Central barren ground bulls are perhaps the most diverse in configuration and can grow to be very high and wide.
- Mountain caribou are typically the most massive, with trophy-class specimens boasting the largest circumference measurements of all six subspecies.