Primary consumers in the African savanna, or grassland, include zebras, elephants, warthogs and impalas. Primary consumers are herbivores that eat plants. Secondary consumers, or carnivores that eat meat, include leopard... More »

Animal adaptations in the savanna, as described by COTF, include access to water stored in trees during the dry season, increased speed and agility to escape flames caused by lightning on dry ground, burrowing as protect... More »

Most herbivores, such as cows buffaloes, goats, sheep and deer, eat grass. Animals that live in the forest eat grass, twigs, plants and leaves. Horses eat hay, which is dry grass. Even insects such as grasshoppers eat gr... More »

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 »

Wild African lions' favorite foods are medium-sized to large hoofed animals such as zebras, gazelles, wildebeests, impalas and warthogs. Their prey ranges in size from rodents to Cape buffalo and also includes reptiles, ... More »

Several animals on the African savannah work together to ensure survival, including baboons with impalas, zebras with wildebeests, oxpeckers with large animals and cattle egrets with buffaloes. Hyenas work together to hu... More »

Herbivores are primary consumers that eat plants and include elephants, zebras, squirrels and moose. Herbivores are primary consumers in the food chain and are often hunted by carnivores, such as lions, tigers and hyenas... More »