The major decomposers on the African Savannah are the African land snail, the African dung beetle, mushrooms/fungi and bacteria. Decomposers play an important part of the Savannah's ecosystem. They eat dead and decaying ... More » Science Environmental Science

Savannah cats are a hybrid breed that is a mix of a domestic cat and the African Serval, which is a wild cat. This cat breed was created in the 1980s. More » Pets & Animals Mammals Large Cats

The Savanna encompasses about five million miles in Africa. That translates to roughly half of the continent. The Savanna is also home one of the most dense populations of mammals on the planet. More » Geography Africa
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