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The natural resources in the African Savanna include a multitude of grasses, oil, uranium, platinum, diamonds, coal, gold and oil. Because the Savanna spans nearly 5 million square miles of Africa, there are different na... More »

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The African bullfrog, African clawed frog and African common toad are three amphibians of the African savannas. The ability of each species to tolerate the often harsh conditions of the savannas is key to their survival. More »

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There are many animals in the African savanna food web, such as lions, leopards, cheetahs, impalas, warthogs, springbok, gazelle, rhinoceroses, zebra, giraffe, elephants, hyenas, vultures, peacocks and flamingos. Each an... More »

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Nigeria's vast supply of natural resources includes gold, lead, zinc, limestone, oil, gas, salt, cassiterite, clay, dolomite, marble, tantalite, bentonite, gypsum, kaolin, magnesite, silica, iron ore, lignite, phosphate,... More »

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The term nonrenewable resource is generally used to refer to the energy-providing resources of oil, coal, natural gas and uranium. Nonrenewable resources are any resources comprised solely, or in part, from elements on t... More »

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A savanna or a grassland biome is home to a number of natural resources, including water, livestock and lumber in tropical savannas, and coal, oil, wheat, gas, oats and livestock in temperate savannas. Some grasslands ar... More »

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The natural resources of Zimbabwe are coal, chromium ore, asbestos, gold, nickel, copper, iron ore, vanadium, lithium, tin and the platinum group metals. The main products that Zimbabwe exports includes precious stones, ... More »

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