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Southern Texas Plains Ecoregion
This rolling to moderately dissected plain was once covered with grassland and savanna vegetation. Having been subject to long continued grazing, thorny brush is now the predominant vegetation type. This brush country, as it is called locally, has its greatest extent in Mexico and contains a greater and more distinct diversity of animal life than that found elsewhere in Texas
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Southern Texas Plains Plant Communities
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