By Dylan Kuzmic

Twisting Land of Wonders

The Badlands are a national park in southwestern South Dakota. This region of land is inhabited by multiple animals and is one of the most confusing parks in the U.S. The Badlands is a region of land that has multiple acres of jagged, eroded buttes. The land has multiple twists and turns. It's a natural maze that was created by nature. The badlands are really a sight to behold. So if you go to the badlands, you might agree with me that it is really a land of wonders.

Twisting and turning land

The Badlands are very interesting, they have multiple caverns that twist and turn with the land itself and various types of small animals scurry around with the protection the Badlands give which protect over 242,756 acres of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles, and spires blended with largest undisturbed mixed grass prairie in the United States.

Badlands National Park, South Dakota