It is located in north and south America. It is located in Texas and Kansas.
Grassland Animals/adaptation Animals Adaptations Bees stinger Coyote large ears Bobcat claws and teeth are razor sharp Prairie Dogs small enough to fit in small holes Badger strong teeth for breaking their food
Grassland Plants/Adaptations Yellow eyed grass insect pollinated Milkweed contains poisonous chemicals Joe-Pyeweed bright colors to attract insects Teasel supplies seeds for birds Ironweed small seeds for good travel
There are two grassland national parks called Samburu and Shamwari. You can hunt Elephant, Rino,Buffolo,Lion and Leopard. The Samburu national park is located in Kenya and the Shamwari national park is located in Eastern Africa. This is a in the grasslands of the picture of to long horns standing e Shamwari.
The Savanna's soil is very Porous with a lot of drainage of water. The proportion of the soil is created by animals matter. Some times the amount of rain causes different grasses to grow. Prairie rich soils support tall grasses Deciduous trees and shrubs scattered across the landscape. Rhino in the tall grass in the grasslands
Environmental concerns are seasonal fires. Most animals are killed by fires. The animals that were killed could be birds, grasshoppers, stick insects, beetles, mice, and lizards Violent thunderstorms also occur and start in October Forest fire destroying a forest
Climate is important in the savanna and prairie season. In them seasons it gets up to 97 degrees. It only rains sometimes and when it does it gets even hotter. Prairies seasons rains more than the savanna season. This is the savanna
It occurs in the late spring and early summer. A savanna receives as much as 120 cm. of rain each year. prairie receives more rain than the desert it does not receive enough rain for trees to grow. Scattered shrubs and small trees grow on savanna along with grass. Ecologists classify prairies which are generally found in the middle latitudes as grasslands. Prairies are sometimes known as savanna. Savannas can receive 15.24cm to 25.4cm per year. This is a shrub