Biotic factors of savanna
4. Jackalberry Tree
5. Whistling Thorn
6. Manketti Tree
Abiotic factors of savanna
6. amount of sunlight
Carrying Capacity:the number or quantity of people or things that can be conveyed or held by a vehicle or container.
population in the savanna changes over time when they starve, the get dehydrated, when a natural disaster happens, or when they don't get shelter
limited factors (stuff like drought, global warming, wildfire, etc...)
In the savanna, an antilop can get eatin by a leperd if the antilop doesnt get shelter, it cant hide. if it doesnt get food or water, then it will die.
elephant grass is a producer that makes its own food form the sun. a zebra is a herbivore that eats elephant grass. a lion is a carnivore that eats the zebra for food. vulchers eat remains of dead animals.
producers: a plant/ object that makes its own food from the sun.
herbivores: an animal that eats mostly plants
omnivores: an animal that eats both plants and meat
carnivore: an animal that eats mostly meat
decomposer:an organism that breaks down dead animals
scavenger:an organism that eats the left overs of dead animals.
producers are important to the envirement because it starts the food chain/food web.
example:bur oak tree
food chain is a diagram where it starts with the plants, then the first consumer, the second consumer, the third consumer, then the decomposer.
if we remove the snake from the food chain the hawk population will shrink and the frog population will grow
food web is a bunch of food chains put together.
if we take away the hyena from the food web then the lion population will shrink and the zebra and elephant population will grow
Primary producer: grass Primary consumer: jack rabbit, deer, elephant
Secondery consumer: snake, wolf, lion Tertiary consumer: hawk, lion, africain wild dog
the producer is at the bottom because it is the main sorce of energy