How is the steppe different from semi-desert?

Semi-deserts are characterized by the absence of forests and specific vegetation and soil cover. Semi-deserts combine elements of steppe and desert landscapes. The steppe is a plain overgrown with grassy vegetation in the temperate and subtropical zones of the northern and southern hemisphere.
There is little rainfall in the steppe – from 300 to 450 mm, and in the semi-desert 50 mm per year.

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