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Once Lewis and Clark hit the Great Plains, the bird and animal life they encountered changed, often significantly. Leaving the Eastern hardwood forests for the vast seas of grass provided them a study in biome contrast. Critters small and large were described and catalogued along the way by these iconic explorers. Some were even trapped and sent back to the states, like the Black-tailed Prairie Dog and the Black-billed Magpie.

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