The primary producers of savannas are grasses and scattered trees and shrubs. Producers are organisms in a food chain that produce their own energy and nutrients rather that feeding on other organisms. More »

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 »

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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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 »

Producers (plants) in the savanna food chain are mainly grasses and shrubs. The primary consumers (herbivores) include giraffes, zebras, elephants, gazelles, wildebeests and warthogs. The carnivores are leopards, lions a... More »

Coal is formed in a swampy depositional environment that includes the remains of trees and shrubs. This swampy environment is able to bury plant life quickly before it rots. Once buried, the plant life is heated and comp... More »

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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. More »