How did the physical conditions and climate affect the tribes of the Great Plains?


The physical conditions and climate of the Great Plains affected the tribes by causing them to become nomadic in order to gather food. Little rainfall and large roaming herds of buffalo forced the tribes to move from area to area in order to keep themselves fed.
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