it is called the tundra.
This is called the tundra.
a level treeless plain in artic areas
a vast treeless plain in the Arctic
A cold treeless lowland area, permanently frozen, known as Tundra. It supports small shrubs, mosses and grasses
They are called Steppes.
A large area of treeless grassland can be a plain, savanna or prairie.
Tundra is a nearly flat, treeless plain in the Arctic regions of Europe, North America and Asia
talking about plain. there is a biomes about plain. treeless is in grassland known as Savannah. SAVANNAH IS PLAIN AND TREELESS!
A dry grassy plain (also with no shrubbery and/or trees) is called a "Prairie"
A tundra. Its has permafrost and plants don't decompose because of it. It is a really harsh region. <><><> It may also be a prairie. The grasslands of Wyoming have almost NO trees.
The steppe is a treeless plain. It receives between ten and twenty inches of rain per year. It has lots of grass.
It is called tundra I am positive my teacher told me
The Nullarbor Plain is a vast, treeless plain in southern Australia.
That land form is called a prairie.
A grassy plain The word 'Llano' means a treeless grassy plain
the gran chaco is the large plain region in parauguay
what do you call the tree plain of artic regions
Savanna. Sometimes, veldt.
Everglades sea of grass
streppe is a wide,treeless plain.
The proper noun is Nullarbor ("treeless"), a semi-arid region of coastal Southern Australia. It is mostly a large limestone plain.
The arctic coastal plain is located in arctic ALASKA!
Plain, flatland, tundra...
It is a treeless plain, but contains other grass plants.
fertile treeless plain, grassland