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The South Unit of Badlands National Park, shown here, is ideal terrain for buffalo. (Washington Post photo)

In Badlands, tribe helps buffalo make comeback

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BADLANDS NATIONAL PARK -- Buffalo stroll undisturbed, pausing occasionally to wallow in the grass and caked dirt, while prairie dogs yip intermittently as they dive into their holes and pop out again to survey the landscape. This northern stretch of the park, known as Sage Creek Wilderness, is what the Northern Great Plains used to look like.

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