When Jews first set foot on new-to-them continents (AKA: North America, South America, and Australia), they would have found many animals that were previously unknown to them. Some of these new animals are kosher, and some are not. I'm trying to think of some new world animals that are kosher. So far I have bison and turkey (although neither was done without controversy). Are there any more?
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