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Biomes - Habitats
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Arctic Desert Chaparral or Scrub Taiga = Coniferous Forests Grassland Tropical Rainforest Pond Ocean
Antarctic Tundra Cave City Temperate Deciduous Forest Savanna Prairie Freshwater Marsh Swamp Intertidal Zone Coral Reef Sunlit (Euphotic) Zone Twilight (Disphotic) Zone


Savanna Animal Printouts

What is a Savanna? A savanna is a hot, seasonally dry grassland with scattered trees. This environment is intermediate between a grassland and a forest. Savannas are located in the dry tropics and the subtropics, often bordering a rainforest. Savannas have an extended dry season and a rainy season.

Animal Adaptations: The animals that live in savannas have adapted to a great deal of variability in the food supply throughout the year; there are times of plenty (during and after the wet season) and times of almost no food or water (during the dry season). Many savanna animals migrate to deal with this problem.

Where are Savannas? Savannas are located in Africa, Madagascar (an island off the east coast of Africa), Australia, South America, India, and the Myanmar-Thailand region of Southeast Asia.

Animals that Live in Savannas: Many animals live in savannas, from invertebrates (like grasshoppers, termites, and beetles) to large mammals (like lions and leopards). The different savannas of the world support different populations of animals.

Printouts of Savanna Animals:


Aardvark

Aardvarks are large mammals that eat ants.


African Elephant

The African Elephant is the largest land animal.


African Wild Cat

African Wild Cats are fierce, solitary hunters.


Anteater

Anteaters are mammals with very long snouts from South and Central America.


Antelope

Antelopes are graceful mammals with beautiful horns.


Ant

Ants are social insects.


Asian Elephant

The Asian Elephant is an endangered species.


Baboon

The baboon is a large monkey with a long snout and large cheek pouches.


Black Caiman

The black caiman is a meat-eating reptile from South America that can be found on seasonally-flooded savannas.

Boa Constrictor

A large constricting snake from South and Central America.


Cape Buffalo

Cape Buffalo are large, hoofed mammals that live in African savannas.

Cape Hunting Dog

The Cape Hunting Dog hunts in packs in Africa.


CHEETAH

The cheetah is the fastest land animal. Or go to a simple cheetah coloring printout (just the image).


Earthworm

An earthworm is a little animal with a long, soft body and no legs.


Fossa

The fossa is a meat-eating mammal from the island of Madagascar.

Giraffe

The giraffe is the tallest land animal.


Giraffe and Baby

A mother and baby to color.


Gnu

The gnu is a fast-running, herding, grass-eater from eastern Africa. Also known as the wildebeest.


Grasshopper

Grasshoppers are insects that can hop, walk, and fly. There are about 10,000 different species of grasshoppers.


Hippopotamus

The hippopotamus is a large mammal that stays in the water a lot.


Hyena

A meat-eating mammal that hunts and scavenges prey.


Impala

A high-jumping, lightly-built antelope from southern Africa.


Jack Rabbit

Jack rabbits are hares; they have very long legs and long ears.


Kangaroo

Kangaroos hop and have pouches. Their babies are called joeys.


Leopard

Leopards are widely-distributed, spotted wild cats.


Lion

A group of lions is called a pride.


Meerkat

Meerkats (also known as suricates) are a type of mongoose that can stand upright.


Mole

Moles are almost-blind, burrowing mammals.


Mosquito

Mosquitos are flying insects that live in moist areas and can often carry diseases.


Mouse

Mice are small rodents with long, scaly tails.


Ostrich

The ostrich is the largest bird. It can't fly, but it runs very fast.


Quagga

The Quagga is a recently-extinct relative of the zebra.


Redbilled Oxpecker

Redbilled Oxpeckers are birds that perch on large mammals in southern Africa.


Rhea

The Common Rhea or Nandu is a large, flightless bird from South America.


Rhinoceros

The rhinoceros is a large, thick-skinned mammal with one or two horn-like spikes on its head.


Scorpion

A venomous arachnid with a large stinger on its tail.


Serval

A long-legged African wild cat.


Spectacled Caiman

The Spectacled Caiman is a common meat-eating reptile from fresh water habitats in South and Central America.


Tiger

Tigers are large, fierce cats that have stripes.
Nabarlek

Wallaby

Wallabies are small to medium-sized kangaroos.
Warthog

Warthog

The warthog is a wild pig from Africa.


White Rhinoceros

The White rhinoceros is a large rhino with gray skin and two horn-like spikes on its head.


Wildebeest

The wildebeest is a fast-running, herding, grass-eater from eastern Africa. Also known as the gnu.


Wombat

The wombat is a rare, burrowing marsupial from the islands of Australia and Tasmania.


Zebra

Zebras have black and white stripes.

Zorilla

The Zorilla is a skunk-like mammal that lives in Africa.

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Antarctic Tundra Cave City Temperate Deciduous Forest Savanna Prairie Freshwater Marsh Swamp Intertidal Zone Coral Reef Sunlit (Euphotic) Zone Twilight (Disphotic) Zone


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