5 of the most beautiful grasslands in the world
Hulun Buir Grassland
Hulun Grassland in Mongolia is considered the most beautiful steppe in the world. The name of the steppe is derived from the names of two large lakes, Hulun and Buir. With more than 3,000 rivers, 500 large lakes and grasslands, Hulun Buir is like a sprawling green lawn. In summer, the scenery is as beautiful as a watercolor painting with blue sky, lake, grass and red soil.
Saskatchewan in Canada is considered one of the most beautiful places of natural beauty. It attracts tourists by vast plains and wheat fields. In the harvest season, the prairie as a new coat with rice fields ripe gold under the sunshine of the sun, creating a extremely homely beauty.
Palouse Grassland is located in the Northwestern United States, in the eastern part of Washington, North Central Idaho, and extends south to northeastern Oregon. Palouse is a rich agricultural area with 7,800 square kilometers mainly for the production of wheat and beans. This area attracts visitors with its colorful hills, gorgeous sand dunes. The dunes and hills of the Palouse steppe were formed thousands of years ago during the Ice Age. They are formed by mainly sand and gravel due to melting glaciers in the west and south.
Yili Grassland is located in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, where it is dubbed as the road to the foreground. This is where the first sun is seen in the south of this land. In the Uygur language, Nalati means the first place to see the sun. The water from the surrounding large rivers provides the meadows that are always fresh in the summer. From June to September every year, hundreds of species of wild flowers in the hills bloom to creating a landscape that captivates the heart.
Wyoming is a grassland in northern central Utah and northwestern Colorado. The climate is semi-arid, with very long and cold winters and hot summers. Previously, Wyoming was a huge open-pit mine. Under the agreement, after mining, the mineral companies must by all means restore the original state of the steppe. Today, grasses grow back here, but it may take a long time to restore the wildlife.
However, there are a lot of bitter bushes, which are home to some mammals such as white-tailed prairie dogs, black-footed ferrets and cows. The blue sky in the shade of white clouds, the Wyoming steppe and grazing cattle will always leave the tourists a good impression of this ecological land.
By: Roxana Edwards