<p><br> Bison graze lazily under a powder-blue <a href="http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/united-states/north-dakota-guide/">North Dakota</a> sky. Bison were critical to the lives of the Great Plains Indian tribes, who made use of every part of these animals.</p>

Bison Graze


Bison graze lazily under a powder-blue North Dakota sky. Bison were critical to the lives of the Great Plains Indian tribes, who made use of every part of these animals.

Photograph by Thomas J. Abercrombie

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