Buffalo used to roam all over the Unites States. There are reports of buffalo in northern Maryland as early as 1633. The name, buffalo, was taken from a Portuguese word for exotic ox of the Far East. A one point in time there were millions of buffalo across America. People loved buffalo so much that by the end of the 19 th century there were less than one thousand of them left. Thankfully people noticed and the buffalo eluded extinction.
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When an 1894 inventory in Yellowstone reported only approximately 20 live buffalo, Congress rushed to pass the National Park Protective Act, which imposed stiff fines or imprisonment for buffalo poaching. Railroads spelled disaster for buffalo. Railroads claimed vast tracts of valuable grazing land; demand for buffalo increased exponentially as trains delivered meat and hides to far-away butchers and tanners; and railroads even advertised buffalo hunting from train windows as a popular sport.
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