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Savanna biome

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Destiny Brown

on 8 December 2012

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We welcome you to the "Savannah Biome" where you will not only see and observe pictures of this exotic place, but also learn about the animals (their adaptions) that live there and the Plants that grow there. We welcome you, don't be scared, just enjoy! The Weather & What to wear! Animal Adaptions Savannah Plant Life The Animals that you will find in SAVANNAH!!!! We have created a list of Animals that you will find in Savannah, They are listed Below:
~ Shrikes ~ Oryxes
~ Hornbills ~ Leopards
~ Grey Louries ~ Cheetahs
~ Flycatchers ~ Elephants
~ Knysha ~ Buffalos
~ Purple Crestel Louries ~ Rhinoceroses
~ Green Pigeons ~ Giraffes
~ Rollers & Raptors ~ Hippopotamis
~ Lions ~ Gazelles
~ Waterbucks ~ Zebras Welcome to Savannah Biome! The best time to travel to the Savannah is between the months of March and June. When temperatures are mild, flowers are blooming and events are happening everywhere. Summer temperatures range between the high 80's and 90's with high humidity. Winter temperatures can be considerably cooler with high in the low 60's and high in the low 30's.

-Preferably you may want to wear comfortable clothes and things that keep you cool. Savannah Biome ~ Elephants: "It has a trunk and tusks which keep him alive. It uses its tusks in order to protect himself. It uses its trunk in order to drink, gather food and bathe itself. These things are a physical part of the animal. If the animal did not have these things it would not be able to eat, drink, and bath itself or protect itself"."

~ White-Cheeked Gibbon: "This little monkey lives in high canopy of tropical rainforests. Usually they eat small and pulpy fruit, buds, young leaves and sometimes invertabrates too. Family members feed together usually, but sometimes they forage alone. But when they are going to rest or sleep (at night) they get together again. Their home territory is very large about 8.5 acres. They protect their area very carefully."

~ Red Panda: "Feeds at night so it does not have to compete with other animals that feed on the same things and has extra thumbs on its front paws to grab better so its adaptions are both phyiscal and behavioural. The plant life in the Savannah has many tropical grass land. Dominating the continent of Africa, Savannah are also found in India and the northern part of south America. Savannah are in fact tropical grasslands for they are located at tropical forests. Rainfall in this biome is between 20 and 60 inches a year and can be very seasonal (usually falling within a time period of a couple weeks). By: Amanda George
Destiny Brown
Gwendolyn Powell
Kycha Vil Team Roles Botanist- Gwendolyn Powell
Zoologist- Destiny Brown
Meteorologist- Kycha Vil
Geographer- Amanda George Activities to explore when going to Savannah! - Kruger National park
-Savannah History museum
-Fort Pulaski National Monument
-Historic Savannah Theatre
-Hwange National Park
-Central Kalahari's Game Reserve
- Kalahari's Gemsbok National park
-Andrew Low House Museum

These are all national parks that you can go to when you are in the Savannah. It show exhibition of the wildlife of many mammals and birds, there are camp sites and restaurants and grocery stores. These parks are basically like zoos but are open to everyone. Also it has a camp where you can sleep over night if you are planning to.
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