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In the US there are 50 states All of the 50 states are very important but in my opinion there is one that interested me the most it once was ruled by Mexico it was once a state all by itself for 10 years before joining the United States in 1845 As well half of our oil comes from this state And it was enormous part of our cattle ranching back then And it starts with a T Texas here are some thing that are important in Texas LandformsTexas has many different landforms including grassy planes swamps Forest mountains and hills One example is Guadalupe peak it is the highest point in Texas reaching about 8749 feet high Guadalupe peak is located in The Guadalupe Range it is the only true mountains in Texas this range is part of Big Bend country Also the Great Plains is located in Texas WaterwaysThe Rio Grande River meaning large river in Spanish is a border between Texas and Mexico The Rio Grande stretches 1896 miles from Colorado through Texas then flows into the Gulf of Mexico The Gulf of Mexico borders the southeastern part of Texas In fact most of the rivers in Texas flow into the Gulf of Mexico Another river in Texas is the Red River The Red River is the second largest river basin in the southern Great Plains It is about 1360 miles long making up a majority of the states northern boundary with Oklahoma and a small part of the Texas Oklahoma borderClimate Texas has a very unique climate The western half is what we all think of Texas dry sandy and dusty The eastern part of Texas is humid and subtropical Believe it or not Texas has winter with temperatures as low as 38F and in some part snow accumulation can occur Texas has extremely hot summers across the state with Rio Grande Valley
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