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Tropical Savannahand Desert

by Nicholas D104


The tropical savannah is a dry seasons and hot. The tropical savannah doesn't get a lot of rain so the Animals have to move to a different biome. The animals that the tropical savannah is wildebeest, warthogs, elephants, cheetahs, lions, leopards, ostrich, moosebirds, starlings, Weavers. Animals need water to stay alive. Animals also need food. The rainy day will last 6 to 8 months. People burn the grass for crops.


The desert is very hot and dry. The animals in the desert are insects, reptiles, birds and kangaroo. The animals need shade to stay cool. The desert only gets 15 inch of rain. The animals get water from the cactus. Some animals hunt at night because its cool at night. Animals can also water from insects, bulbs and seeds. The temperature in the desert is

64 f. The desert doesn’t have a lot of plants. The desert covers one fifth of the earth surface.


The savannah animals

Black mamba

zebra

elephant

Nile crocodile

African wild dog

Koala bear

Egyptian mongoose


The desert animals

Camel

kangaroo

Jack rabbit

Armadillo lizard

Banded Gila monster

Thorny devil

Bobcat


The tropical savannah plants

Umbrella thorn acacia

Baobab tree

Candelabra tree

Jarrah

River bushwillow

Whisling thorn


The desert plants

Barrel cactus

Joshua tree

Old man cactus

Barrel cactus

Jumping Cholla

Mulga tree

Desert ironwood


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