Where are the natural meadows?

These are the central regions of Asia, the plains of Central America, Argentina and South Africa. In Asia, they are called steppes, in North America - prairies, in Argentina - by pampas, and in South Africa - by valdees. Small natural meadows are also found in New Zealand and Australia, but the largest area is the steppes that extend from Hungary to Manchuria.

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