AFRICAN SAVANNA . Tropical Grassland . http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/african_savanna.htm. WHAT IS THE AFRICAN SAVANNA.
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The African savanna has the worlds largest area of savanna. It is a tropical grassland between latitude and longitude. It is a grassland covered with plants, grass, animals and trees.
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The elephant grass is a very tall grass that could grow up to 10 feet. This grass lives in the African savanna and grows along the river beds and lakes.
The Umbrella thorn acacia is one of the most famous trees in the African savanna, it seen everywhere. It grows in sand dunes and rocky places in the African savanna.
The Candelabra Tree is found near the equator in African savanna’s and they can grow up to 9 to 10 meters.
These plant are adapted to live through these difficulties for a warm season, wet season and a long dry season.
There are many medicine plants in African savanna here is a table that shows what plant deliver medicine. There are also oil that is petroleum, petroleum products and natural gas. The minerals are cooper and iron ect.
We can use petroleum by giving the to vehicles and motor boats. Petroleum also is used for electricity. They are used for plastic bags. Asphalt are used for roads and they are also a petroleum product.
All the large areas in the Africa were also once savannas but the population of the countries in Africa like Kenya and Tanzania growing, some of the African savanna are developed as towns and cities. Farmers also destroy savannas by growing crops, which is needed to feed the population. Also when poachers hunt for elephants and cut their tusk for ivory and to make gold chains ect.