A Journey Through The Savanna With Quintin Pfautz

The savanna is found in Africa, South America, India, and Northern Australia.
Savannas often have a season of heavy rainfall followed by a season of drought.
Some plants in the savanna are the acacia tree, baobab tree, jackal berry tree, lemon grass, bermuda grass, star grass, and rhodes grass.
Some of the animals in the savanna include zebras, wildebeests, giraffes, ostriches, gazelles, buffalo, cheetahs, leopards, hyenas, lions, black mambas, and wild dogs.
Here are some other facts. The baobab tree can live for thousands of years. Also, many of the animals in the savanna have long legs which help them when migrating long distances.

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