Some interesting facts about the savanna biome are that these landforms exist all over the world, they have typically two seasons and the soil may not be suitable for farming. Although there are savannas in South America and Australia, the African savanna is the one that is most famous.
The African savanna has a dry and wet season that occur during the winter and summer months, respectively. Savannas have warm weather throughout the year. Nearly half of the African continent is considered a savanna. Savannas consist mainly of grasslands.
In South America, there are savannas in Colombia, Venezuela and Brazil that cover an area of approximately 1.5 square miles. There are various animal types that live in these savannas, including capybara and the marsh deer. Australia also has savannas in its northern region, which contains many eucalyptus trees. Kangaroos also live in this biome.