Eurasian steppe belt (turquoise)
Extent of temperate grasslands, savannas and shrublands
The site of Por-Bazhyn
Mongolian yurt
Plowing with tractor on the Great Hungarian Plain (Alföld), Hungary
Steppe fire in the Kostanay Region, Kazakhstan
Hungarian invasions of Europe in the 9–10th century
Territories of the Golden Horde under Öz Beg Khan.
Devínska Kobyla, Bratislava, Slovakia
The Pannonian steppe in Seewinkel, Austria
The Pannonian steppe in Devínska Kobyla, Bratislava, Slovakia
Danube-Auen National Park, Austria
The Pontic–Caspian steppe near Krynychne, Ukraine.
The Pontic–Caspian steppe in Henichesk, Ukraine.
Steppes in Gagauzia, Moldova.
Steppes in Gagauzia, Dezghingea, Moldova.
Wooded Ural Mountains of Beloretsky District, Russia.
The Bashkiriya National Park is situated in the southern end of the Ural Mountains, Russia.
The Bashkiriya National Park, Ural Mountains, Russia.
The Bashkiriya National Park, Ural Mountains, Russia.
The steppe in Akmola Region, Kazakhstan.
The steppes in Akmola Province, Kazakhstan.
The Kazakh Steppe in the Ayagoz District, Kazakhstan.
The Kazakh Steppe in the early spring.
Uvs Lake Basin, Tuva Republic, Russia.
Dus-Khol lake, Tuva Republic, Russia.
The grassland in Tuva Republic, Russia.
Dus-Khol Lake, Tandinsky District, Tuva Republic, Russia.
The Daurian forest steppe
The Mongolian-Manchurian grassland in the Khövsgöl Province, Mongolia.
Grass steppe in the Khövsgöl Province, Mongolia.
Daursky Nature Reserve in the southern part of the Zabaykalsky Krai in Siberia, Russia, close to the border with Mongolia.
The Mongolian-Manchurian grassland in Inner Mongolia, China.
Przewalski horse
Corsac fox
Saiga antelope
Onager

The Eurasian Steppe, also simply called the Great Steppe or the steppes, is the vast steppe ecoregion of Eurasia in the temperate grasslands, savannas, and shrublands biome.

- Eurasian Steppe

Tall grasslands, including the tallgrass prairie of North America, the north-western parts of Eurasian steppe (Ukraine and south of Russia) and the Humid Pampas of Argentina, have moderate rainfall and rich soils which make them ideally suited to agriculture, and tall grassland ecoregions include some of the most productive grain-growing regions in the world.

- Temperate grasslands, savannas, and shrublands
Eurasian steppe belt (turquoise)

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Two types of steppes

Steppe

Ecoregion characterized by grassland plains without trees apart from those near rivers and lakes.

Ecoregion characterized by grassland plains without trees apart from those near rivers and lakes.

Two types of steppes
The Eurasian Steppe Belt (in on the map), a path of passage for cultures – a possible origin for the Indo-European languages, the domesticated horse, the wheel and chariot
Steppe in Mongolia
Steppe in Kazakhstan
Steppe in Turkey
Steppe in Ukraine
Steppe in Russia
Southern Siberian steppe: windbreaker trees in the wintertime
Cold Patagonian steppe near Fitz Roy, Argentina
Prairie in Alberta, Canada
Sagebrush steppe in northeastern Nevada along US 93

the temperate grasslands, savannas and shrublands biome

The Eurasian Grass-Steppe, with its temperate grasslands, savannas, and shrublands, had a role in the spread of the horse, the wheel, and the Indo-European languages.