Savanna Biome

By Sam Wittsell & Lonnie Veraldi

Worldly Locations

Savannas can be found in Africa, Australia, Asia, and South America.
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Savannas are full of large animals such as rhinos, elephants, zebras, giraffes, antelopes, and more.


Savannas have different kinds of plants such as Bermuda grass, elephant grass, jackalberry trees whistling thorns, and others.


Lions, cheetahs, leopards, and hyenas are some of the predators live in savannas. Due to the dry climate, fires extremely limit the number of trees.

Good & Bad Human Impact

Humans are also impacting savannas by overusing fossil fuels, which is changing the vegetation. It is also disrupting the food chain. Tourists bring money so they can reserve savannas.


68 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit during the winter, and 78 to 86 degrees in the summer. The temperature does not change much. It also changes very slowly. Savannas are wet and tropical and also dry in the winter. During the dry season, it is around 70 degrees Fahrenheit.


There is not enough rainfall in a savanna to support a force. Savannas get about 4" of rainfall between December and February. In May, there is an average of 15-25" of rainfall. During the rain season, Savannas get humid and hot.
Biomes Savanna | Biology | Ecology