National high grass grassland nature reserve
The grassland covers 140 million acres across Indiana and Casas, Canada and Texas. The area was once a shallow sea, and grey and white limestone and hard flint began to form the Permian seabed 200 to 300 million years ago. Later, plate movements uplifted the area, resulting in vast grasslands, which were not suitable for farming and were more prone to grazing. As a result, the area has not been baptized by farming, and is still in its most primitive state. After suffering from natural disasters (wild winds, wildfires and prairies), large-scale buffalo grazing and artificial grazing, the grassland is still thriving. From beginning to end, it provides natural shelter for a variety of animals and plants.
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