Perfect 10

Kathleen Walls
June 30, 2014
Perfect 10
They represent not only the culture of the west but the lifestyle of the Sioux Indians. "The buffalo have to be there for our culture to exist. As we bring our herds back to health, we will also bring our people back to health." says Fred DuBray, a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux tribe. They are so much a part of American culture it's hard to imagine our country without them. Actually, their correct name is American bison. True buffalo are located in Africa and Asia. Early pioneers began calling these great plains animals "bufello" and modern variation of the name stuck.
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