What is the Difference between a Temperate and tropical grassland?
The difference between a Temperate and Tropical grassland is location, soil, vegetation and precipitation. Tropical grasslands are a transition between a desert and a tropical rainforest. Tropical grasslands have more rainfall than temperate grasslands. The tropical grasslands for example the African Savanna has a constant temperature all year around, on the other hand the temperate grassland's temperature is not constant. Temperate Grasslands tend to have more green vegetation while tropical grasslands tend to be more dry and brown like colour vegetation.
Located in the temperate latitude
Grass is very short, soft, juicy and nutritive
They have treeless plains as rainfall is less
Soil is very fertile
Located in the tropical latitude
The grass is tall (3m) coarse and spiky which is neither juicy nor nutritive and there are scattered deciduous trees