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The Comanche (ko-man-chi]) homelands include the hills mountains, plains and rivers from Colorado to the Rio Grande in southern Texas. This area, called the "Great American Desert," was rich with buffalo, deer, antelope, bear and wolves. They traditionally hunted these animals, with the exception of the wolf, for their daily diet. Wild potatoes, fruit, nuts and berries were gathered by the women, their diet was often varied.

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