by Tony, Tyler, Jennifer and Maison
weathering is the process of land being broken down from either wind, water, or a natural disaster. Examples of weathering are canyons, mountians, and valleys.
erosion is whenever weathering finishes, the wind or water take the peices of lamd and taking it somewhere else. Examples of erosion are dustorms, tornadoes, waves, and wind.
deposition is whenever erosion stops, the land peices spread out and connect to another landmark. some examples of deposition are when water vapor turns into ice with no liquid.
Plants in grasslands
Some plants that are in the grasslands are big shrubs, tall grass, and different types of grass including needle grass, wild oats, foxtail and buffalo grass. All the plants are for the animals to eat so they can survive in then grasslands.
Animals in grasslands
The animals in the grasslands are coyotes, snakes, prairie dogs, armadillos, owls, and foxes. Some of the animals such as the prairie dogs and armadillos as well as bugs, eat the grass so they have energy and the animals like snakes and coyotes eat those animals so they can survive.
The climate in the grasslands is usually very hot there and dry. But annually there is 28 inches of rainfall with cool and breezy nights there with hot and dry days.
Why should you go there?
You should come to the grasslands because the nights there are perfect temperature breezy winds and there is a lot of wildlife there and most of them are not predators.