What are savanna biomes?

Savanna biomes are grassland biomes distinguished by their warmer climate, and seasonal droughts.  Savanna biomes are mainly found in Africa, mainly in the Eastern and Southern regions. Another type of Savanna biome; the tropical Savanna can be found occurring in the equatorial regions of South-America. More information on the Savanna grassland biome can be obtained at:


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