The grasslands of China cover the total area of four hundred million square meters. They also hold forty one percent of the territory of China. These grasslands are crucial to many Chinese people, particularly to those who exist on and around them.
1. Ili Grassland
The Ili Grassland can be found in the crease of the Tianshan Mountains. According to the researches, this grassland is included in the largest mountain range of Asia. It is surrounded by ridges on each of the three sides. It opens towards west to the moist currents of air.
One can observe the formation of a vertical division of grassland belts. These belts range through montane meadows, frigid meadows, montane meadow steppe, montane steppe, montane desert steppe, river valley meadows and plain desert.
2. East Hulun Buir Grassland
This fertile land is garlanded with numerous pearls as well as hundreds of silver chains. Both the rivers and the lakes originate from the Greater Xing’an Mountain. The mountain ranges across eastern Inner Mongolia and Heilongjiang Province. Same feature is being shared by the Rivers in Hulun Buir.