What is the Elevation of temperate grasslands?

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Depends on latitude.
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All grasslands cover about 35% of the earth's terrestrial surface
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The elevation of grasslands in the USA varies widely, from sea level to over 8,000 feet above sea level. Source(s)
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It depends on latitude. In the mid latittudes (25-35 n/s) it is usualy below 2000 ft. In equitorial areas, it is higher.
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