What Makes the North Central Plains of Texas Different from the Other Regions of Texas?

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What makes the North Central Plains of Texas different from the other regions is that it is part of the interior lowlands of Texas. This area gets about 35-50 inches of rain annually, which allows this area to be part of a large pine-hardwood forest of oaks, hickories, elm and gun trees.
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