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North Dakota is located in the upper Midwestern region of the United States. North Dakota is also located in the region known as the Great Plains. North Dakota is bordered by the Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba to the North, Minnesota to the East, South Dakota to the South, and Montana to the West.

States around North Dakota


North Dakota has a continental climate because of the long harsh winters and short hot summers. The temperature differences are extreme because of the far inland area and because it's in the center of the Northern Hemisphere. The temperatures vary in North Dakota, like in July it is 70 degrees and in January the temperature is 7 degrees.

When it snows, it snows quite a bit

Things To Do In North Dakota

Some places to visit would be the historical sites that were made during the 19th century. There is a zoo to visit that is called Red River Zoo and is a ranch in North Dakota that now has 300 animals including red pandas and meerkats. There is a lot of fishing in North Dakota. You can catch trout, bass, pike, and etc. Another big historical site is the Knife River Indian Villages National in Stanton. In North Dakota there is a lot of hiking up hills, visit exhibits in Bismark, and walk devils bathtub.

Devil's Bathtub


North Dakota was explored in 1738-1740 by French Canadians. Lewis and Clark explored the region in 1804-1806. North Dakota was admitted to the union on November 2, 1889. North Dakota now is the 39th state of the United States.

Lewis and Clark


Native Americans lived in North Dakota for thousands of years. The tribes consist of Mondon people, the Dakota people, and the Yonkatonai. The population now in North Dakota is 739,482.

A indian

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