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40d Talk:Flatland

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Real world example(s)[edit]

This paragraph was in the Shrublands page before I consolidated them, but I wasn't sure how to add it to the consolidated page in a way that makes sense, or even whether or not it would be a good idea to do so. --LaVacaMorada 20:19, 8 November 2009 (UTC)

On Earth, tropical shrublands can be found in a number of regions, with the largest concentration being the East African bushlands in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Sudan and Somalia. Temperate shrublands in the Freezing or Cold range would be considered moors, such as the well-known examples in the British Isles. Temperate, Warm and Hot shrublands would be considered heaths, as represented by the Australian "bush country", and parts of California and South Africa.