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    Asia and Europe have the Eurasian Steppe region that spans these two continents. This region extends to Manchuria in the east, Hungary in the west, the forests of Siberia and Eastern Europe in the north, the Great Wall of China, Tian Shan Mountains, the Central Asian desert, the Caspian Sea, the Caucasus Mountains, and the Black Sea in the south. As the Eurasian steppe moves from east to west, it has mild warm weather and fertile grass pastures. The Eurasian steppe is generally divided into several zones. If you list them according to their mild warm weather and fertile pastures, they are: 1. Hungarian steppe, 2. Eastern European steppe, 3. Central Asian steppe, 4. Dzungarian basin, 5. Manchurian steppe, 6. Mongolian steppe.

    The Manchurian steppe, located on the easternmost side of the Eurasian steppe, has a milder, warmer climate and is more fertile than the Mongolian steppe bordering on the west. The reason for this is that the wind with the humid climate of the Pacific Ocean enters the Manchuria from the east. This wind stops against the Khingan Mountains range.

    Why did the steppes of Mongolia become the harshest and most infertile areas of the Eurasian steppes? This is because the Mongolian steppe is higher than other Eurasian steppe regions and is surrounded by mountains and deserts on all sides. In doing so, the Mongolian steppe is divided into two parts: the southern and northern parts of Gobi. The southern part of the Gobi has a slightly milder warm climate and fertile grass pastures than the northern part of the Gobi due to the warm weather of China.

    As for the boundaries of these steppe zones, let’s talk about them in order from east to west!

    The Manchurian steppe extends to the Ussuri River in the east, the Khingan Mountains in the west, Siberia in the north, and the Liaodong Peninsula in the south.

    The Mongolian steppe extends to the Khingan Mountains in the east, the Altai Mountains in the west, Siberia in the north, and the Great Wall of China in the south. The steppes of Mongolia are divided into the northern and southern parts of Gobi. The western border of the northern part of the Gobi reaches the Altai Mountains, while the western border of the southern part of the Gobi reaches the Ordos.

    The Dzungarian basin extends to the Altai Mountains in the east, the Dzungarian Alatau and Tarbagatai Mountains in the west, the Irtysh River Valley in the north, and the Tian Shan Mountains in the south.

    The steppe of Central Asia extend to the Dzungarian Alatau and Tarbagatai Mountains in the east, the Ural Mountains in the west, Siberia in the north, and the Central Asian desert in the south.

    The steppe of Eastern Europe extend to the Ural Mountains in the east, the Carpathian Mountains in the west, the forests of Eastern Europe in the north, and the Caspian Sea, the Caucasus Mountains, and the Black Sea in the south.

    The Hungarian steppe extends to the Carpathian Mountains in the east and north, the foothills of the Alps in the west, and the Balkan Mountains in the south.

    In general, the steppe regions of Eurasia have warmer climates in the south.

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