Savanna Biome

By: Max Antinone & Trent Ayers


  • Africa - Kenya, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Botswana, South Africa, and Namibia, Australia, Central America - Belize and Honduras


The Dry Season can either be extremely hot or extremely cold. But in the wet season temperatures are usually warm receiving less than 30 inches of rain on average.


Most of the animals in the Savanna have evolved over the years to have very little to no fur coats. Even the plants have adapted to the dry weather and can withstand hot and dry weather.


There are different colors of snakes to blend in with their environment in which they live in.


Cold blooded animals depend on the sun and the heat. Wildebeests Depend on the Grass to be alive (and not burnt from the scorching heat)

Food web/ Ecological pyramid

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