The Great American Desert/ Great Plains

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Conditions: Dry Infertile land. Summer - Extreme heat, drought, dry land & Rivers dry out. Winter- Massive blizzards, Snow, huge winds, wet lands. Lack of trees and therefor wood for building things. Miles of Strecthed out land and lots of hills. Vegitation: Grass is very short if any. Trees and plants are not plentyful. Dry land which means infirtile so plants are unable to be planted and grow. Near the Mississippi river there was a bit of woodland. Wild Berries, roots and plants very rarely grew. Wildlife: Home to a wide variety of animals and birds. Mainly Buffalo (changes later on) All the animals that lived there were very well adapted to the conditions. The Plains Indians: The indians used the 'wildlife' to their advantage; hunting the Buffalo…

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