Which of the following animals is not mentioned in the song “Home on the Range”?
“Home on the Range” is a classic cowboy song, sometimes called the “unofficial anthem” of the American West. The lyrics originated as the poem “My Western Home” by Kansas homesteader Dr. Brewster M. Higley VI. The song paints a picturesque image of an idealized and serene home in the wild, where the buffalo roam and the deer and the antelope play. The song captures the essence of the vast and open landscapes of the American West, portraying it as a place of tranquility and natural beauty. It was adopted as the state song of Kansas in 1947.
The correct answer is Sheep.