In Europe, Grasslands are known either as meadows or... Grasslands! Grasslands here in Europe are full of hooved, four legged creatures, like Dartmoor Ponies and Deer. Wild Boars can be seen snuffling in forests, while is countries, not in the UK, Mountains can have Bears, Wolves and Ibex. Grasslands here can have also small creatures, like Dormice and Dragonflies. Chinese-Mitten-Crabs have been from introduced from China all the way to the River Thames. Lakes and Ponds can have frogs, newts, and trouts. Seas in Europe are great Whale-Watching destinations.


In Africa, Grasslands are known as Grasslands or Savannahs. These are teaming with animals, such as Hippo, Giraffe, Lion, Zebra, Rhino to name just a few. Also, spot the elusive, rare Okapi in the Congo Jungle, and there are no mountain gorillas in zoos anywhere, so this is your only hope to see them, although they are rare. Cape Town is a great Whale-Watching Destination.


In Asia, Grasslands are called "Steppes". In Asian mountains, live Yak, Tahr, Pheasents and Snow Leopards. There are several bears in this country as well. India is home to Bengal Tigers, who are today against the law to shoot. On small islands here, there are even more exotic suspects, such as Orangutans and Komodo Dragons.


What are grasslands known as here? Well, they're called Rangelands! Australia is known for Kangaroos and Koalas, two of the animals you can see here. Australasia also has wild Platypus and Echidna, but what's so special about them? They are unique because although they're mammals, they lay Eggs.


While the sea here boasts all kinds of whales and dolphins, there is just as much to explore on the mainland too. This includes Brown Bears, American Bald Eagle, Bison, Grey Wolf, Sea Lions, Cougars, Alligators, Crocodiles, Caimans, Quetzals, Jaguars, Sloths, Parrots, Iguanas, Skunks, Anoles, Porcupines, Manatees, Prarie Dogs, Coyote, Deer, and Chinchillas.