Grassland

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Grassland

What is landscape like in your biome? Its scattered with individual trees.the soil is dry and thick its also poruse. Its a thick layer of humus. Its a both of dry and rainy. in oct thir are some sieries of thunderstorms.There are two seasons in the grasslands. The growing season and the dormant season are the two seasons. plants do not grow during the dormant season beacause the climate is too cold. What makes the grassland unique? Since so much of the grassland biome has been utilized for farmland, the United States has made efforts to restore the grassland by planting grasses in areas previously used for farming.Since grassland biomes have rich soil, much of them are used for farming. There is only 2% of the original grassland left in North America. The animal diversity is dependent upon the location of the biome. About one quarter of the earth is covered with the grasslands. This boime can be found anywhere except Antartica. Trees have a hard time surviving in most grassland because the soil is to fine and dry. Grassland boimes are divided into two parts the Savannas and Temperate Grasslands. What makes your boime special?Grassland biomes are normally situated between a forest and a desert. In fact, grasslands surround every desert in Asia.Tropical and temperate are the two kinds of grasslands. Tropical grasslands experience warm weather all year long while temperate grasslands are warm part of the year and very cold during the other part.Grasslands are perfect for cropping and pasturing because its soil runs deep and is extremely fertile.Large animals called bison previously ruled the grassland biome and roamed by the millions. During the 1800s, settlers begin to slaughter them for various reasons.Animals that you can expect to find in a grassland biome are zebras, lions, wolves, prairie dogs, and foxes. The animal diversity is dependent upon the location of the biome.
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Grasslands Biome H

Citations

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