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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...

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Some of the animals that live in savannas are lions, leopards, cheetahs, elephants, wild cats, giraffes and zebras, according to Enchanted Learning. Numerous animals live in savannas, from large mammals to invertebrates.

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The decomposers of a savanna biome include bacteria, fungi, earthworms and insects. These decomposers break down organic material, which then frees up essential nutrients for the rest of the organisms in the biome.

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SIMILAR ARTICLES

The Midwest region of the United States has natural resources such as water, soil, coal, oil, iron ore, limestone, lumber, wind and natural gas. Within the Midwest lies plains, grasslands, forests and mining sites, makin...

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The most common natural resources in Texas are oil and livestock, although Texas is also rich in lumber and a leading cotton producer. Texas is the second largest state in the United States by land area, making it a larg...

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Natural resources of Alberta, Canada, include natural gas, oil, minerals, coal and the Athabasca oil sands. Especially rich in resources, this vast region of Canada is considered the country's energy province, despite th...

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England's vast geological natural resources include coal, petroleum, natural gas, iron ore, lead, zinc, gold, tin, limestone, salt, clay, chalk, gypsum, potash, silica sand and slate. Agricultural resources in England in...

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