Natural Vegetation is classified into three categories as follows:
- Forests: They grow where the temperature and rainfall are plentiful to support a tree growth.
- Grasslands: They grow in the region of normal rain.
- Shrubs: Plants having thorn on them are scrubs. They grow in the dry region.
Tropical evergreen forests
These are also known as Tropical rainforest. They are occur in region near the equator and close to the tropics. These region are hot and receive heavy rainfall throughout the year. The trees are always green due to no dry season.
Tropical deciduous forest
They are monsoon forest found in the large part of India, northern America and central America. Trees remove their leaves in dry season to conserve water. Trees like sal, teak, neem and shisham are grow in these forest.
Temperature evergreen forests
They are located in south east USA, south China, south east Brazil etc.
Temperature deciduous forest
They are on higher latitudes. They are found in North East USA, China, new Zealand etc. They shed their leaves in dry season.
They are found In higher latitudes (50-70 degree) of northern hemisphere. They are tall, softwoods evergreen trees.
These grow on side of equator. They grows where rainfall is moderate to low. They can grow very tall.
These are found in the mid latitudes zone. Wild buffaloes are common in this region.
These are found in dry desert like region. They are located in the western margins of continents.