Wind Cave to celebrate its relationship with bison
HOT SPRINGS (AP) — Wind Cave National Park is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its relationship with the American bison — an animal that some say saved the southwestern South Dakota park.
The last of the bison native to the area was killed in 1881, more than two decades before Wind Cave was declared a national park in 1903, the Rapid City Journal reported.
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