Wild Buffalo

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Wild Buffalo

Buffalo, which are usually wild, eat three-inch long gamma grass. The buffalo’s sharp and pointy horns dig into the ground and the buffalo roll around playfully in the soft Kansas prairie to create buffalo wallows. Birds eat clingy ticks off the wooly beasts. Wild buffalo must look silly.

(c) Monday, November 28, 2016

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