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a East and Southern United States h Landforms This part of the United State is covered with a variety of landforms The Coastal Plains are covered with swamps and estuaries Piedmont is covered with hard rocks which meets softer coastal plains The Appalachian Highlands offers gaps and thin stony soil for farmers h Bodies of Water The East and Southern United States bodies of water are none other then the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico h Climate The climate of this area offers hotter and longer summers and the winters are colder and harsher Precipitation is fairly even Heavier precipitation is found in the warmer months h Plants The plants found in this part of the United States are mostly needle-leaf and hardwood Here are the examples of needle-leaf plants listed in our book cedar spruce and leaf shedding Here are the examples of hardwood elm oak maple ash hickory pine and cypress These are very popular in the Eastern and Southern part h Animals Black bears deers moose foxes wildcats and muskrats are mostly found in this area a The Central Heartland h Landforms The Central Plains include vast grasslands that rise gradually toward the forested foothill Ozart Mountains semi-deserts and bleaker and emptier prairies The Great Plains rise gradually to meet the Rocky Mountains which are interrupted by steep hills and gullies known as the Badland h Bodies of Water There are only two bodies of water in the Central Heartland and they are the Mississippi River and the Great Lakes h Climate In the summer it can reach about 100 degrees Fahrenheit and drop to -40 degrees Fahrenheit The ocean has a moderating influence on weather patterns This section of the US is known for its extreme climates The annual rainfall is moderate but less plentiful then the Atlantic seaboard The Mississippi
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