Savanna Biome for Biology

Savanna Biome for Biology - Savanna Biome Savannas are...

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Savanna Biome Savannas are tropical and subtropical grasslands. The two seasons in savanna are winter and summer. Winter is a long dry season. In the winter about four inches of rain falls. Between December and February no rain will fall at all. The summer is a very wet season. In the summer there is lots of rain. In the African savanna biome the monsoon rain begins in May. The precipitation of savanna is ten to thirty inches (one hundred to one hundred and fifty centimeters) of rain. The average yearly temperature in savanna is sixty eight degrees to eighty six degrees Fahrenheit (twenty degrees to thirty degrees Celsius). During the winter, the temperature is about sixty eight degrees to seventy eight degrees Fahrenheit (twenty degrees to twenty five degrees Celsius). During the summer, the temperature is about seventy eight degrees to eighty six degrees Fahrenheit (twenty five degrees to thirty degrees Celsius). The plants and animals in the savanna have adapted to the climate in many ways. Many
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