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African Savanna Biome!
Transcript of African Savanna Biome!
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Remember The Lion King?! Your favorite childhood movie? Everyone loves a Disney classic. The Lion King takes place on an African Savanna! Who wouldn't want to see that?! Like The Lion King, the more modern movie Madagascar II: Escape to Africa is also on an African Savanna! Wouldn't you love to take your kids to see where their childhood animal friends made the movie?! Travel just a bit north and visit the Sahara Desert! Also not too far is a tropical rainforest! It rains only about 127 centimeters a year. That's only 2.5 centimeters a week! So you won't be needing a raincoat! During the "Dry Season", the average temperature is about 93 degrees. In the "Wet Season" it's about 61 degrees. So I'd pack tank tops, t-shirts, and shorts! In addition, it would be a good idea to pack good hiking gear. You would want tennis shoes, and light clothing. Make sure to bring good sunglasses because the sun shines pretty bright! Sadly, there are quite a few wonderful wild life animals endangered in the African Savanna. Like the African Elephant, the African Wild Dog, the Chacma Baboon, the Grant's Zebra, the Lion, and more of the 45 species of mammals, almost 500 species of birds, and 55 species of acacia in the Serengeti Plains. Humans are occupying a lot of the savanna with factories, mines, houses, and farms. Humans have hunted many animals to exciton or endangered. Humans are also causing pollution with smoke, and exhaust fumes from cars. The pollution is making it hard for the animals to breathe. Also there is a big fear of a climate change erasing the African savannas! Scientist predict that rainfall is going to increase in the savannas in the next 50 years, due to humans using fossil fuels. If rainfall increase, the African savannas will be overgrown with trees, grass, and shrubs.