By : Sarah Iqbal
Description of Grasslands
The savannas of Africa are normally kind of tropical. When worm moist air from the equator moves in and around this time it is normally really hot and moist. After that's over though a cooler drier season comes that can last around 8 months or more.
The pampas of South America normally have tropical weather also. Moist wether is the main weather in this area. Tall grass tends to grow well here.
The steppes of Europe have a cold and dry weather. The Himalayas block warm, moist air from the Indian Ocean, so there is not much precipitation. But there is nothing to block the winds from the north so in the winter it gets really cold.