The correct option is C
A biome on Earth is a large area that can be identified by its characteristic climate, flora (plants) and fauna (animals). It has multiple ecosystems (a group of organisms that live in and interact with each other in a specific environment).
Tundra, coniferous forests, grasslands and temperate forests are examples of different biomes.
Grasslands are known by different names. They are called prairie in North America, pampas in South America, veld in Southern Africa, Downs in Australia, and steppe in Asia. They receive moderate rain, good amount of sunlight and high temperatures. These biomes lack adequate rainfall for trees to grow. So the flora predominantly consists of grasses. More grazing animals like deers, zebras are present in this biome. Therefore, grassland is the correct answer.
Figure : Grassland
Coniferous forests are present in relatively cold regions of Asia, North America, Europe and South Tundra regions. They have moderate precipitation mostly in the form of snow with less sunlight. The trees possess adaptations such as needle-like leaves and cone-like appearance due to sloping branches, so that snow does not collect on leaves. This region has more plants and biodiversity than tundra.
Figure : Coniferous forest
Tundra has precipitation in the form of snow and has extreme low temperatures with very short summers hence receiving the least amount of sunlight. This biome is present in regions like the Arctic and high mountain regions. Due to the extremely cold climate, hardly any trees grow in these regions. Only a few shrubs, herbs, grasses, mosses and lichens (a symbiotic association of algae and fungi) can be seen.
Figure : Tundra
Temperate forests have better rainfall than the grasslands and receive moderate sunlight and have moderate temperature. The leaves are broad and the trees are very tall. This biome is present in areas like America, New Zealand, Asia and Australia.
Figure : Temperate forest