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Most of the state's bottomland hardwood forests are found in the Coastal Plain along broad river flood plains. Because the forest exists in a flooding environment, the plants and animals there must adapt to the fluctuating water levels or perish.
Because their good protective cover and abundant food supply attract large numbers of deer, creek and river bottoms are excellent deer-hunting areas.