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As desertification creeps into parts of the world, a rare stretch of sand in Canada's vast western plains is oddly doing the reverse—slowly sprouting with vegetation.
Tufts of prairie grasses are emerging throughout Spirit Sands, a stretch of dunes steeped in local lore in a popular nature park in Manitoba province.
The sands cover only about four square kilometres (1.54 square miles) and in some parts, entire mounds have been completely overgrown.
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