There are about 2000 Grevy's Zebras in the African Savanna, making them endangered. This is due to disintegration of their habitat and hunting of humans.
These African elephants are endangered because of the massive amount of over hunting for their tusks and also the destruction of their habitat.
These types of ants are nicknamed the "fire ant." They are replacing the local ant species and eliminating other arthropods. These small changes can drastically effects the food chain.
The African giraffe's extreme heights allows then to reach higher for food and also to spot things that other animals cannot. Their long tongue also allows them to reach leaves even higher up.
The black rhino has many qualities to help them survive. They have a thick layer of skin to protect them from the sharp grasses and thorns. Also they have thick padded feet to absorb shock and cushion legs.
Burchell's Zebras have developed many adaptations to survive in the African savanna. Some discourage predators and parasites, some help them feed and take advantage of food sources, and some help their herding behavior.
The river bushwillow likes warm and dry climate. It has also developed many adaptations like hydrophilic root system and thick bark.
Bermuda grass is a sun loving warm season grass, it grows in areas where there are frequent disturbances. It also changes from green to brown as the temperature changes.
Umbrella Thorn Acacia Tree
The umbrella thorn acacia tree is a common tree that grows in sand dunes and rocky grounds. It can grow with very little rainfall and can survive extreme hot temperatures to extremely low temperatures.