Grasslands of America mapped

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Historically, grasslands occupied about one billion acres in the United States, roughly fifty per cent of the landmass of the 48 contiguous states. The considerable preponderance of the meadows was found west of the Mississippi River. But, some indigenous grasslands were spread throughout the Midwestern and Southeastern U.S. States.

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