Rattlesnakes, deer, wild boar, woodpeckers, alligators, squirrels, cranes, snapping turtles and armadillos are some of the most common animals that live in Georgia's Coastal Plain region. Dinosaur fossils have also been found in this area.
Georgia's Coastal Plain makes up over half of the state's geography. It stretches across the state from the city of Augusta to Columbus and runs just south of Macon. It is separated from the Piedmont region by the fall line. The land is mostly flat with gently rolling hills, and much of it is used for farming.
Cotton and peanuts are the most frequent crops grown in the Coastal Plain. Other plants that grow wild there include live oaks, pond cypress and pine trees.