What is another word for shrubland?

Pronunciation: [ʃɹˈʌblənd] (IPA)

Shrublands are diverse ecosystems that support unique flora and fauna. In some parts of the world, shrubland is also known as chaparral, maquis, or bushland. Chaparral is a type of shrubland typically found in western North America and has its distinct plant life. Maquis is another type of shrubland found in regions surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. It is characterized by evergreen shrubs and small trees. Bushland is a term used to describe shrubland in Australia, which covers vast areas of the country's interior. In South Africa, shrublands are known as fynbos, which is a unique biome characterized by diverse flora and fauna.

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