The largest biome in South Africa is the grassland biome, which covers approximately 40% of the country. The grassland biome is characterized by rolling grassy plains and is home to a variety of plant and animal life. The grassland biome is found primarily in the interior of South Africa, in the Highveld and the Free State. The grassland biome is home to a variety of grasses, including sweet grass, red grass, and wind grass, as well as a variety of herbs, shrubs, and trees. The grassland biome is home to a variety of animal species, including antelopes, zebras, and buffalo, as well as predators such as lions, leopards, and hyenas.