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The Grasslands Of Montana Puzzle Details:

About: In this new puzzle we're are going to visit the Montana valley and foothill grasslands - an ecoregion of northwestern North America in the northern United States and southern Canada. This beautiful and unique area consists of rolling grassy hills, the river valleys and foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The dominant vegetation in this area are grasses such as rough fescue with Parry's oatgrass and Koeleria. The traditional wildlife of this area of included the large herds American bison, elk and bighorn sheep. Now only small numbers of these animals still live in the region.

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