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The longhorns were well suited to life in Texas, thriving on its native grasses. These lean strong animals could endure hot weather as well as cold. They even ate prickly pear cacti during droughts and could survive on little water. In addition, longhorns were resistant to the cattle disease commonly called Texas fever.
The system Texans used to move cattle from one place to another was called cattle drives. They made money by moving the large groups of cattle from open range to other places.
They spent their days of life roaming through rugged but gorgeous landscapes. Cowboys faced many dangers, including blizzard, floods, and stampedes this injured and killed many cowboys. They worked hard for many hours a day for a living.
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