|(i) Prairies is a region of flat, gently sloping or hilly land. Mostly, prairies are treeless but, near the low lying plains, flanking river valleys, woodlands can be found.|
|(ii) Tall grass, upto two metres high, dominates the landscape. It is actually a ?Sea of grass.?|
|(iii) The prairies are bound by the Rocky Mountains in the West and the Great Lakes in the East.|
|(iv) In the USA, the area is drained by the tributaries of Mississippi and the Canadian prairies are drained by the tributaries of Saskatchewan rivers.|
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