The Tropical Grasslands

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The Tropical Grasslands

The Tropical Grasslands

The different types of animals.Carnivore- A lionOmninvore- A warthogHeribvore- A Hippopotamus

Vocabulary Predator; An animal that lives by killing and eating other animals; an animal that preys on other animals. Prey- an animal that is killed for food by another.Carnivore- An animal that feeds of flesh.Omninvore- An animal that feeds on plants and flesh.Heribvore- An animal that feeds on plants.Biome- A large naturally occurring community of flora and fauna occupying a major habit.

InterestingsFactsThe Savahana is one of the most know tropical grasslands in the world. It is in between two other biomes, like all others. One of these biomes is the derset and the other is the forest.

Food ChainOne example of a food chain is the tree is eaten by the griaffie, and the griaffie is eaten by the cheetah.

The King of the Grasslands.This lion is the king of the grasslands. He rules the area and the food chain / food web. Most other animals do not want to tussle with this cat, but some dare to, as shown above.

Aloe CooperiThe Aloe Cooperi is native plant to Africa and helps make up some of the grassland.

Credits: Biology Videos, www.prota4u.org, www.wiapiwku.com, Sheri Amsel, BBC, and the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Compiled by: Kyle Marino

The Tropical Grassland is a moderately dry climate. Climatic conditions can change quickly in the grasslands because of seasonal distributions of rain and dry conditions, resulting in, floods or fires. Tropical grasslands are found between forest and deserts.

The Tropical Grassland ClimateThe Tropical Grassland is a moderately dry climate. Climatic conditions can change quickly in the grasslands because of seasonal distributions of rain and dry conditions, resulting in, floods or fires.

A plain with coarse grasses and scattered trees. The rainfall is seasonal, in these subtropical or tropial regions.


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