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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Savanna Biome Endange redanim als From the information that I found out using my graph I learned that the lack of water is definitely a threat to such a dry and hot place like the Savanna and this means that the highest amount of precipitation in only 208cm of water per year. This will make most of the animals and plants be too dehydrated that will no longer be able to survive, excluding plants for example cactus that can easily survive in warm climates and also don't need much water as well. /endangered-animals-savann a-62149.html Most of the vegetation consists of grasses and small forbes. At times there are also a few dominant grasses that make up the bulk of the vegetation. Tropical Savanna Biome: Video resource. n.d. Most of the savanna is located in central Africa, but there are also quite a few more places such as India, Northern Australia and in Central and Northern South America. These places are mostly either very close to the equator and or on the equator. This means that the climate is going to be hot and quite wet. These places are also not in very big land masses and are always very close to the coast and this will also affect the climate as well, meaning that it is going to be hotter that if they were to be in larger amounts of land mass. /2009/04/world-map-blank. html>. The location of the Savanna biome very near of the equator, sometimes it is also right on top of the equator so it is neither in the northern hemisphere or in the southern hemisphere, but in the middle. This means that the climate is going to be hot and dry. There quite a few places where you can find the savanna biome but the largest and most well known place is in Africa. It's latitude is 15 degrees North and 30 degrees South. African_savanna.htm. Weather and climate http://www.geographyalltheway.c om/myp/myp-biomes/climate.htm Togo "satellite image. Google Earth. Google. 30 november 2015. Web. This is where you would find the savanna The temperature is not the same all year round because the climate is usually colder in January and in December and everything in between is a bit mixed and it doesn't really have any patterns although it is hotter in May and starts to drop down in August and September. There are no seasons because the weather doesn't change that much throughout the year. /fundamentals/7v.html May and June are definitely the hottest so in spring it's from 28-32*C.January is the coldest so near the winter and it can drop down to 16*C The range of the temperature (32-16) is 16*C Vegetation?responseToken=1b98b3e008bdf 9ed83858c4944ee0539
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