Grasslands and Grazing Ungulates
Steppes, with deserts and savannas are biomes dominated by the grasses and sedges Gramineae and Cyperaceae; they cover a large part of the world; see Fig. 1. These grazing lands are of great economic importance because they provide most of the food resources on which domestic and wild ungulates depend.
KeywordsWild Ungulate Domestic Horse Large Ungulate Wild Horse Feral Horse
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