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  • n. Plural form of canebreak.


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  • Yes, sometimes killing them-- twenty- foot high canebreaks may have grown afterwards in the south .

    Prehistoric Passenger Pigeons 2

  • It's not just passenger pigeons or the bountiful numbers of cranes or the various ducks; Audubon also described canebreaks along the Mississippi which no longer exist; mangroves which no longer exist; forests wiped out or utterly changed.

    John Audubon


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