The map above shows the countries that are most grassland based in the world.
In the top left corner, you can see countries that have at least one lake and river.
The red dots represent the countries with the highest number of lakes and the green dots the countries at the lowest.
This map was created by geographer Nick Koczela from the University of Oxford using data from the World Atlas of the Earth.
There are a lot of countries on the map, so we have to break them down into smaller countries to get the total number of grasslands.
The top left section of the map shows the nations with the fewest lakes and river, and the bottom left section shows the most grasslands, as well as the nations that have the most water bodies.
It also shows countries with less grassland.
The green dots on the right hand side of the image indicate the countries where there are more lakes and more rivers.
Here’s how Kocsela made the map.