In the last two decades, the world has lost more than a third of its grasslands.
These are areas where plants and animals thrive.
But they are also vulnerable.
This article takes a look at the many species that make up this globally important and unique land mass.
This land is one of the few places on Earth where the grasslands of the world are being protected.
The Global Grasslands Database The Global grasslands Database is a database of grasslands across the world, containing information on species and their habitats, as well as climate, habitat, and ecological changes over time.
It was created by a team of scientists at the University of Oxford, with the help of the Natural Environment Research Council, in collaboration with the Natural History Museum, which has funded it.
The database includes more than 7.3 million individual species.
The scientists have used it to analyse and classify grasslands in a way that allows them to track the conservation of this vast land mass over time, from the time of humans to the present.
The first step is to look at how many of these species are found in the world.
This is done by mapping out the number of plant and animal species that live on a given area, and then dividing this by the area’s area.
This yields the number and types of species that exist.
The researchers then divide this by land area to determine the total number of species.
These species are classified into groups based on their habitats and ranges.
The groups are based on habitat type and range, the type of soil they grow on and the vegetation they grow in.
For example, a range of grasses found in Britain’s Great Britain are classified as woodland and wetlands.
These range from the lowlands of Scotland to the savannah of Africa.
The grasslands that are most threatened are the lowland savannahs in Africa and Australia, which are covered in dense forests of tall grasses and grasses with long stems and leafy stems.
These include the rainforest in Australia and the grassland in India, which includes the grassy plains of South Asia, where the savanna is covered in a dense forest of tall, dense, evergreen trees.
The highest concentrations of grass on Earth The authors have classified the world’s grasslands into three main groups: wetland grasses, which include grasses that grow on sandy soils and are not fenced, such as the common and bamboozled grasses; dryland grasslands, which cover most of the globe, including in the tropics and subtropics; and tropical grasslands which are found across the tropical, subtropical, and temperate zones.
The vast majority of the grasses on Earth are wetland, and they can be found in temperate and tropical rainforests.
In the wetlands, they grow under a broad range of conditions, ranging from dry to dry summers, and from tropical to temperate winters.
They are mostly used as fodder, although a few species have been used for medicinal purposes.
They range in size from a few square metres to several metres across, and grow in temperates and tropical climates.
Some species can grow up to 100 metres high.
Most of these grasses are in the savannas of Asia and Africa, and are found mainly in dry, forested landscapes such as deserts, rainforesters, and savannakas.
In temperate regions, they are found mostly in temperately arid areas.
Many species have an acidic taste and are usually bitter to humans.
The most important plants found in grasslands have two main parts: roots and leaves.
In a dryland, the roots are eaten by the plant, while in a wetland the leaves are eaten for their oil.
In tropical and subtoxic regions, grasses can grow in both dry and wet environments.
In most grasslands grasses thrive in dry conditions.
In subtropic and tropical regions, however, the soil is very dry and the plants need more moisture to survive.
The leaves of a grassland are not attached to the stem and they grow outwards from the ground.
The roots are the same in all grasslands The species that are found on grasslands tend to be relatively rare.
Most grasses have a few distinct, but related, species.
For instance, the common grass has more than 500 distinct species.
But these are very small in comparison to the vast number of grass species.
Grasslands have a number of habitats, such a wetlands and savannah, in which plants and animal life are found.
These habitats are typically under water, where water can move freely.
This makes it very difficult for humans to get close to these habitats.
Some habitats are found only in dry regions, such those in the subtropes and temperates, and others are found everywhere in the planet.
The extent of grass is variable.
Some grasslands cover large areas with a number to the size of the UK, whereas in