The Wide Open Grasslands
A Web of LifeBook - 2004
Among the tall, swaying grasses of the North American prairie, seed-eating birds cling to the waving stalks of grass. Prairie dogs and other plant eaters thrive on the carpet of plant food. In the African savannas, herds of zebra and wildebeest travel together in search of grasses to eat. Grasslands, which include prairies and savannas, are home to an amazing variety of plant and wildlife. From elephants to snakes to wildflowers, every living thing plays a part in the web of life of a grassland biome. Book jacket.
Publisher: Berkeley Heights, NJ : Enslow Publishers, c2004
Branch Call Number: Ju 577.4 Joh