Natural Environment- Vegetation

TUNDRA: arctic plain with grass and brush (matorrales).
TAIGA: forest in northern regions.
STEPPE: grassy plain without trees.
MIXED FOREST: forest with two or more dominant tree species. (Appalachian plateau)
FOREST: wooded place (with plants and trees).
BUSH: plant. (Arbusto, mata).
SCRUBLAND: land with stunted plants.
MOORLAND: area of moor.
MEADOW: field for grazing.
GRASSLAND: grassy land for pasture.
JUNGLE: area of land overgrown with dense forest and vegetation, typically in the tropics.
SAVANNAH: grassy plain

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About Cristina Sánchez

I am an enthusiastic teacher at a school for girls in Madrid, Spain. After having experienced firsthand the great delight there is in teaching and learning and how much this opens doors worldwide, I now want to encourage my students to take English as an essential tool for life. With it I'm sure they will find their own way towards the understanding of new cultures, new people, and also of themselves, which will enable them to carry Orvalle and its values far, far away. View all posts by Cristina Sánchez

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