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Wetlands of North Dakota

Photos of Wetlands in North Dakota

*An oxbow is an arc or crescent shaped body of water located in an abandoned river channel These are typically formed when the water "takes a short cut" through the narrow "neck" between bends, or meanders, in the river, cutting the oxbow off from the main channel.

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