The Savanna biome has a wet/dry climate. The winters are the dry season while the summer is their wet season. During the winters, most of the plants shrivel up and die. Some rivers and streams dry up, and animals migrate to find food. When it is summer time, the rivers and streams flow freely and it starts raining around may. Also the animals come back and the plants are lively. The temperature doesnt change much in the savanna biome. Its usually between 68 and 86 degrees F. The annual rainfall in a savanna biome is 59 inches.
Wild grass is the biggest type of plant life that grows in the savanna biome. It is also the most important. It provides food for many different animals. Without it, they wold die off. And in turn, that would make it very hard for carnivores to survive.
The Savanna biome is home to many different types of animals. The African Wild Dog, African Elephant, Chacma Baboon, and Egyptian Mongoose are just some of them.