It's the circle of life, it rules us all.
Savanna's have two seasons, they have a very wet summer season and a very dry winter season.
These are some examples of the Savanna's vegetation: Senegal Gum Acacia, Elephant Grass, and the River Bushwillow. They all prefer warm and dry areas that get a lot of sunlight.
Some animals within the African Savanna are: Elephant, Hyena, Caracal, Baboon, Zebra, Crocodile, Warthog, Giraffe, Black Mamba, Antelope, Rhinoceros, Civet, Dugong, and Pangolin.
African Savanna Soil Types
African Savanna Soil Types: Lithosols, Lateritic, Cracking Clays, Red/Yellow Earths, Deep Sands, and Alluvial.
African Savanna Food Chain
The Baobab is a tree which grows in the African Savanna. The maximum width and length of the Baobab are 25 meters. The Baobab has short branches and the bark is redish brown. The Baobab can live up to 3,000 years, and can resist drought, fire, and termites. The water it holds in it's trunk allows it to resist drought.
The Baobab tree is mainly used by humans as food and timber. The trunk of Baobab tree holds not only a large amount of water but also chunks of fruit that can be eaten. Since the wood of the Baobab tree is very resistant it is often used as timber.
This is the African Lion (Panthera Leo). The Lion is a Mammal and in the Family of Felines. The Lion is one of the five big cat species left on Earth. The African Lions, live in Africa (DUH), mainly in Central Africa. The African Lion actually gets half of it's diet from carrion, dead animals already killed by something else such as Hyenas. Female Lions are the hunters and hunt as a group. Lions are mostly nocturnal sleep at day and hunt at night. Male lions have a mane and female lions don't which makes it very easy to distinguish between the two at an adult age. African Lions are at the top of the food chain and have very few natural competitors, mainly Hyenas.