What exactly are badlands, anyway?
A Eroded and unfarmable terrain
B Haunted terrain
C Fire-damaged terrain
Badlands are made up of rock and soil that have been heavily eroded, can’t be farmed, and support minimal vegetation. Badlands commonly contain gullies, ravines, and buttes, and are often characterized by steep slopes. They’re found on every continent except Antarctica. Other famous examples of badlands in the US include Utah’s Chinle Badlands and Makoshika State Park in Montana.
The correct answer is Eroded and unfarmable terrain.