Grasslands by:Nick strouse and Will Bateman

A Grassland is a vast area of large grass, especially one used for grazing.

The three types of grasslands are Savannas, Temperate Grasslands, and Steppes.

A Steppes is a flat area of land that is unforested and is in southeastern Europe and Siberia.
Temperate Grasslands are large biomes grouping of grasslands that includes tropical savannas.
A Savanna is a grassy plain in tropical and subtropical regions with trees that are widely spaced.


Created with images by Pexels - "clouds colorful colourful" • kekko64 - "Un bel risveglio" • Francisco Anzola - "Mongolian steppes" • MiguelVieira - "View from Parque Nacional Lanín Cerro Colorado trail" • Nicholas_T - "Savanna"

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