Andrea M. Arreola and Jose De La Cruz
African Savanna's Characteristics
Where is it located?
What is the Temperature and Rainfall? Are There Seasons?
African Savanna Life
Their size and thick skin makes them hard for predators to eat.
Their coats are perfect for camoflouge and sneaking on their prey.
If they see a predator, they bunch together in which the predator will only see a maze of stripes. The predator will not be able to tell one zebra from another or where it begins and ends.
African Savanna Plant's
Adaption: It stores water in its trunk for the dry months.
Adaptation: They grow on poor soil which allows them to grow in good or bad condition.
Adaptation: The spines that it has around it have poison and helps them to be protect from other animals.
Adaptation: The tree has tiny hairs that help the flower on its flowers to taste weird and shoo predators away.