The savanna, in lamenst terms, is a tropical grassland with some clumps of trees. The Savanna is charecterized by the wet
and dry season, specific to the Savanna. In the Savanna, despite the harsh "dry season", animals and plants prosper.
Average Annual Rainfall- 59 in.
Average Temperatures in the Dry Season- 93º
Average Temperatures in the Wet Season- 61º
Wild grasses, generally tall and several clumps of trees. Savannas are further classified by the type of trees they
contain. These trees can be palm, pine, and acacia.
Animals, mainly herbivores, are generally large in size and have made adaptions to survive to this unique climate and
food source. Animals include elephants, giraffes, zebras, gazelles, and wildebeeste. Carnivores, such as the liions, leopards,
and hyenas, balance out the ecosystem.
The savanna harbors the largest mammal, herbivore biodiversity on the planet.