Grassland

Biome

DESCRIPTION OF GRASSLAND

Grasslands are located in parts of North and South America, Australia, Central Asia and Europe. This biome has a rich mix of grasses and it is considered one of the world's most fertile soils. The annual precipitation of this biome is between 10 to 20 inches. During the winter time, snow serves as moisture for the growing season in the spring. This time of the year, spring season would be the best time recommended to visit is because it is the most attractive and active season of the year!

ANIMALS LIVING IN THE GRASSLAND BIOME

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In the winter, grassland temperatures can be as low as -40° F, and in the summer it can be as high 70° F. There are two real seasons: a growing season and a dormant season. The growing season is when there is no frost and plants can grow (which lasts from 100 to 175 days). During the dormant (not growing) season nothing can grow because its too cold.

Also, some of the most common types of plant life include the sunflower, crazy Weed, coneflowers, goldenrods, and wild indigos.

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