Welcome to the savanna!


Thank you for flying with us on Savanna Airlines. The daily temperature here in the savanna at this time in about 78 degrees Fahrenheit. Please wear your seat belt, because the landing might be a little bumpy with all the grassy hills in the savanna. During your stay, it will be the dry season, because it is winter. If you ever decide to come back in the summer, make sure you bring your umbrella, because that is the wet season! I know it is slightly confusing, because a savanna is a cross between a desert and a rain forest. But don’t get your knickers in a knot, because I know you will have a blast in the savanna! Be careful when getting off the plane; we don’t want anyone to trip on the tall weeds and shrubs that grow here in the savanna. You have traveled to the Brazilian savanna, but there are also savannas in India, Africa, Australia and other places near the equator. You can tell that savannas tend to range near the equator in the southern hemisphere. OH! Did you see that? A lion just ran past the plane! Don’t worry, that’s normal in the savanna. There are lots of wild animals. We wish you luck on your journey in the savanna. A tip for the road: don’t touch a Senegal Gum Acacia plant, because they have sharp thorns!

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Grassland in a savanna


World Map (yellow indicates savannas)
World Map (yellow indicates savannas)


Animals in a savanna
Animals in a savanna


Acacia plant in savanna
Acacia plant in savanna


Food Web
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This is an example of a food web in the savanna


Food Chains

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This is one example of a food chain in the savanna


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This is another example of a food chain in the savanna