Examples of grassland in a Sentence
stunning pictures of the giraffes and zebras roaming the grasslands of Africa
Recent Examples of grassland from the Web
But there is still the issue of forest, not grassland, being the original wildlife habitat in these eastern Kentucky mountains.
The federal government pays farmers to keep some land wild and that benefits bees that feast on grasslands, flowers and weeds, Otto said.
From at least 10,000 years ago, coyotes lived in grasslands, prairies and deserts, as far east as the Mississippi and Ohio rivers and as far west as California.
Their Brooklyn-size territory is being encroached on by pastoralists whose cattle drink their water and graze on their grasslands, farmers clearing woodlands to grow crops, and climate change that dries up rivers and stunts grass.
As the north Dallas suburbs expand into the grasslands which bobcats used to inhabit, sightings of the felines have become frequent.
The scent of sage perfumed the air, and bursts of red foliage punctuated the gray-green grasslands.
Suddenly at the start of the Bronze Age, people were on the move across the grasslands at a massive scale.
Agricultural use and urban development have stunted the once open and thriving grasslands along the river.
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GRASSLAND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of grassland for English Language Learners
: land covered with grasses and other soft plants but not with bushes and trees
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