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South Carolina Low Country
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Geography There are many miles of  sandy beaches along  the coast. The land here is flat and  low. In the Low Country you  will find wetlands such  as marshes and  swamps. The climate is warm  and moist here.
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Animal Life The Loggerhead turtle  makes its home in the  dunes along the coast. Because the  loggerhead is  endangered, there are  laws to protect them in  South Carolina. The white-tailed deer  can be found living in  abundance. Art by Parker
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Plants Evergreen forests can  be found in the Low  Country. Tall palmetto trees like  the warm Low Country  climate. The Venus Flytrap, a  plant that eats insects,   can be found growing in  this region.
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The flat land and the  warm climate in the  Low Country have  always been good  for farming.   The first cash crop  of South Carolina  was  Carolina Gold,  better known as rice. Carolina Gold
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