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The Serengeti

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on 25 February 2014

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The Serengeti
There are many animals in the Serengeti.
The consumers in the Serengeti are lions, cheetahs, leopards, hyenas, foxes, and jackals, gazelles, reedbucks, waterbucks, bushbucks, oryxes, zebras, elephants, rhinoceroses, hippopotamuses, giraffes, buffalo, bats, mongooses, otters, warthogs, flamingos and ostriches.
The producers in the Serengeti are the acacia tree, toothbrush tree, the sausage tree, and the yellow fever tree. Grasses include the red dropseed, the pan dropseed, and the red grass.
The decomposers in the Serengeti are worms and Bacteria
The bugs in the Serengeti are dung beetles, grasshoppers, termites, butterflies, and ants. Strangely, there are not that many mosquitoes or black flies.
The Serengeti has a hot and dry climate ranging 59° to 77° Fahrenheit. Although there are some woodlands on the outskirts, the Serengeti is mostly plains. The Serengeti has \ rainy season from November to January when it may rain a little here and there, and a long rainy season from March to May when rain can last over a day. The rest of the year is the dry season. there is no summer, spring, fall, winter in the Serengeti, just rainy and dry.
Energy Cycle
Consumers (omnivores and herbivores)
Consumers (omnivores and carnivores)
The energy cycle in the Serengeti is very simple.
Man's affect on the Serengeti
Man has not had a very big affect on the Serengeti. Once people put up a barbed wire fence across the Serengeti to prevent the great migration from getting into towns. However, the wildebeest and zebras broke through the fence. Society can help the Serengeti thrive by enforcing laws protecting the Serengeti's animals against poachers. You can help, too, by donating to the national park.
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