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The African savanna is known as one of the most valued and celebrated ecosystems, which presents the perfect mix of tropical grasslands and shrubs.
A savanna is basically an ecosystem that inhabits many animals and constitutes both trees and mixed shrubs. One of the known facts about the savanna grasslands is they are different from deserts and there is a reason why they are known as savanna and not just tropical grassland or tropical rainforests.
One can find a savanna in almost any continent since it's not a place but a kind of ecosystem. When we look at the details of the major savannas around us, it can be seen that all of them hold a delicate balance. They get their annual rainfall just like forests, however, the difference is a savanna has scattered trees. These trees allow the sunlight to reach the soil.
Every savanna has different regions for different kinds of animals. The herbivorous animals live in the savanna biome.
The savanna biome does have warmer temperatures almost throughout the years.
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