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Savannah Food web

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Maggie Cheek

on 9 February 2015

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Transcript of Savannah Food web

a food web of the biome
Main energy source
The sun is the main energy source in the savannah biome. It gives every organism energy either directly or indirectly.
The savannah biome is located in Africa. It has a wet and dry seasons so its average yearly precipitation is 10 to 30 inches. Its average temperatures range from 68 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit.
red oat grass
Acacia tree
Star grass
Savannah Star Grass is a primary producer.
Red oat grass is a primary producer in the savannah biome
The Acacia Tree is a main producer in the savannah
Zebras are consumers that only eat plants.(This means that they are herbivores.) Zebras eat a variety of plant such as star grass, red oat grass, and other grasses.
Elephants are herbivores in the savannah. Their main diet is grasses, tree leaves, fruit, twigs and roots, and tree bark.
Giraffes are herbivores that eat tree leases and buds. Acacia tree leaves are the main things in a giraffes diet.
primary consumers
An antelope is a herbivore that's main diet is grasses such as the star grass.
Baboons that live in the African savanna are herbivores. Their man diet is grasses, berries, seeds, leaves, and roots.
Cheetahs are carnivores and their main diet is antelopes, gazelles, warthogs, and possibly rabbits.
African hyenas are carnivores that eat baby giraffes, wildebeest, and possibly antelopes.
Fungus consumes and breaks down dead, rotting organisms and returns the nutrients back to the environment.
Termites consume and break down dead, decaying organisms and brings nutrients back to the environment.
Secondary Consumers
By: Maggie Cheek
Leopards in the African savanna are carnivores. Their main diet consists of hares, warthogs, antelopes, baboons, and other mammals.
Lions in the African Savanna are carnivores that consume animals such as zebras, wild hogs, elephants, cheetahs, leopards, giraffes, hyenas, antelope, and more medium sized animals.
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