Animals that live in the central plains of Texas include the armadillo, badger, various species of bats, the coyote, beavers, deer, gophers and javelinas. Some species of animals, such as bison, used to be widespread, bu... More » Geography United States The South

Landforms in the North Central Plains of Texas include the Rio Grande River, pine and hardwood forests, deserts and brushlands. The North Central Plains vary in topography and landscape due to the influences of the Rocky... More » Geography United States The South

Current students can sign up for online classes at Central Texas College by registering through WebAdvisor, faxing or emailing the registration form — which is available on the school's website ( — or visiting t... More » Education Colleges & Universities
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The types of landforms found in Texas include plains, mountains, waterways and beaches. Padre Island, a popular location for locals and tourists, is another landform located in Texas. More » Geography United States The South

With a population of almost 27 million, Texas is the second-most populous state, after California. At over 268,000 square miles, it is also the second-largest state, after Alaska. After decades as a Spanish colony and 10... More » Geography United States The South

Geographical facts about Texas include that the state's lowest elevation point is at the Gulf of Mexico at sea level, its highest elevation point is at Guadalupe Peak in Culbertson at 8,749 feet above sea level, and the ... More » Geography United States The South

Texas is the second largest U.S. state behind Alaska and is approximately 750 miles wide and 790 miles long. Its total area is 261,797 square miles. This is about 7 percent of the total area of the United States. More » Geography United States The South