Savanna Climate

The climate in the savanna is hot arid and humid. These animals that live in the savanna could only live in these type of condition there is in the savanna. Only a few amount of plants live here becaus of the small rain given.

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The svanna climate is very dry and arid. It is usually very hot. That is why the plants are all ways so dry and yellowish greenish. At night it is very cold.The savanna doesn't really get lots of rain but they do have pudles and ponds. It is so sunny that the only place they have for shades are trees.

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Here is the climate of the Savanna
Here is the climate of the Savanna
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In the savanna climate there is a distinct dry season, which is in the winter.It is also a dry/wet climate. [nono4]









image.jpgimage.jpgThe climate of the savanna is very hot. It is also very windy at some time. It has high temperature. Some times it does get windy and it starts to rain. That is a good thing because or else there would be a drrout.CA7ISFZL.jpg- SpoiledBrat103 SpoiledBrat103 Mar 31, 2008

climate is very wet in the summer and dry in the winter. The Savannah can get up to 10 inches of rain. Sometimes it can all fall down in one week.

The savanna has a wet and dry climate. There is a distinct dry season which is in the winter in the savanna climate. It is usually cooler by a few degrees in the dry season. Because it is in the tropical latitudes. The savanna climate has a temperature range of sixty-eight degrees to eighty-six degrees Fahrenheit.
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The Savannah's climate is arid which is dry. It sometimes is very wet. When the savanna is hot the air kind of is hard to breathe. When the savannah is windy, it makes the other surroundings dry from the wetness and when it's arid. Savanna really only has dry seasons.
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the savannah climate is dry in the summers , and in the winter it's wet.The temperature is high and sometimes low.savnna is the only grass land that is hot.the rain can get up to 10 inches of water.when ever you go to africa the air over there is hard to breath.the savvana is famus from afica. emily cardenas - eac032 eac032 Apr 1, 2008image.jpg SAVANNA(CLIMATE)The savanna biome is wet and a dry climate. The dry weather is in the winter. Mostly all the plants die and shrivel up because of this weather. In the wet season all the plants and animals are free. The range of temperature is 68 degrees to 86 degrees. Sometimes there precipitation which can get up to 10 to 30 inches. - axb077 axb077 Mar 31, 2008external image savanna.JPG




- dns090 dns090 Mar 31, 2008The climate of the Savanna is mostly dry. Since it is dry there is more wildfires which can spread easily. There are very few trees because of wildfires and the dry climate. All of its rain goes down at one time mostly in several weeks or so. This water is food to the vegetation and and animals. Since it is so dry, the Savanna has many wildfires. It is also very sunny.- dns090 dns090 Mar 31, 2008
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- mxd042 mxd042 Mar 31, 2008The climate of the savanna is hot and dry.Sometimes it is wet.It usually rains in the savanna in the summer.The temperature in the savanna is 68 to 86 degrees fahrenheit.There area some seasons that sre really dry in the savanna.- mxd042 mxd042 Mar 31, 2008savanna2.jpg-Marissa Duran


The climate in the savanna is temperate or sometimes arid. When I say this I mean that it is mild or really hot. The animals get really sick of the heat because they can die. Plus flies could eat them. The climate can change over the seasons. Also when it is windy the grass will act like it is dancing with the wind.- amt095 amt095 Mar 31, 2008

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SavannaThe savanna's climate it is kind of warm and there is not a lot of water there.


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The savanna's climate is warm and it is also humid there too. The weather changes over the different seasons and it hurts the animals. The weather can change pretty fast and it could also change over night. The weather can also get a little bit windy at times. The weather in the savanna can get pretty crazy at times.

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The savanna is warm and windy. Sometimes there can be harsh storms like a sandstorms. That would be very bad for the animals.Its is okay because they use there skin or fur to protect themselves from it. That is the goegraphy of the savanna.- fti115 fti115 Mar 31, 2008



external image savanna.jpgThe savanna's climate is very hot. There are always winds blowing along with the heat. Not only that but a sandstorm can strike and harm humans as well as the animals living there. But don't worry the animals already know how to survive. This is the climate for the savanna. -Alexa Aburto-

In the savanna it gets very hot. The heat blows with the wind that makes the heat spread out even further.Did you know that the dry season is actually the winter season and the wet season is in the summer months, so that is why the temperature is 78 to 86 degrees F. The hotness makes it the average precipitation of 10 to 30 in of rainfall. The hotness does make more precipitation happen because of so much evaporates.- ard027 ard027 Mar 31, 2008image.jpg

The savanna is very hot. It is sometimes dry also. The savanna has an overall climate of warm. It is sometimes cold in the savanna also. It is also windy in the savanna. external image savanna_2.jpg - axc106 axc106 Mar 31, 2008








The climate in the Savannah is hot an windy. It is even hot at night. The only protection from the sun is the water and the shade.If there would to be a fire in the Savannah the fire would spread easily because it is really windy and because the grass is really dry. I would not want to live in the Savannah.savvanah_climate.gif
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- lxm026 lxm026 Mar 31, 2008The climate in the savanna is pretty hot. It couses many wild fires thats for sure. At night though it is pretty cold.Scince it is so hot it couses wild fires. That couses for many trees and grass to burn down. The trees take years to grow and the grass does not.It rains a lot some times also.- lxm026 lxm026 Mar 31, 2008

- lhi072 lhi072 Apr 1, 2008The savana's climate is very hot.There is alot of space there for the animals to run free.The animals there usely use the wide open space to attack other animals like zebras.The predetors to attack would be the lion.
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The savanna is hot and windy. The winter is usually mild. There can be alot of wildfires in the savanna because of the savanna's climate how it is windy. Teh savanna can also get very wet it can rain up to 26 in in a year sometimes it all comes down in one week. the savanna can supply enough water for all the animals in one week.
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The savanna climate is very dry. It rains not very often. The animals that live in the savannas live form the water in watering holes. In the wet season it rains a lot. It gets an average rain of 10 to 30" of rain a year. - avs082 avs082 Apr 2, 2008


- jea091 jea091 Jacqueline E. Arellano Climates there are humid. The savannas are on the south of the equator. The north of the equator are prairies. There isn't a lot of rain in the savanna. There is a lot of rain in the prairies.savanna_climate.gif
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The savanna is very hot and humid because the biome is close to the equator. It can be very hot in the day. But, it can be cool at night. Most savannas can be found near Africa. This is why Africa is also hot. It may rain too in the savanna. - jap106 jap106 Apr 3, 2008
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- rav124 rav124 Apr 3, 2008The savanna has a wet and dry climate.In the winter it is very dry .In the summer months it is when it gets all it rain.Sometimes in the winter it becomes so dry that all the streams and rivers dry up.Then the animals have to migrate to another place.- rav124 rav124 Apr 3, 2008

The Savannas climate is really HOT!!! That it causes drought and fires!! The Savannas are in Africa and there is really Hot!! It is dry when it's winter and at summer they get all of their rain their!!Blog by Richard Escobar
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There are two seasons in the African savanna. One season is the dry season. during the dry season it gets very hot and it does not rain at all. the second season is the rainy season. In the rainy season it rains a lot and there is a lot of flooding. - ejs036 ejs036 Apr 3, 2008savanna_2.jpg

sav.JPGThe savanna has a wet and dry climate. There is a dry season which is in the winter in the savanna climate. It is usually


cooler by a few degrees in the dry season. The winter is not the coldest season in all of the biomes. When I go vist the savanna I want it to be warm.- mee039 mee039 Apr 3, 2008
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The climate in Savannas is hot. Their are not much trees and alot of grass. The heat makes the grass look yellow. The grass being yellow is a atvantig to some preditors like lions. The climate is so hot that sometimes their are fires that burn the trees and grass.



In the savanna climate there is a distinct dry season, which is in the winter. Savannas get all their rain in the summer months. During the distinct dry season of a savanna, most of the plants shrivel up and die. Some rivers and streams dry up. Most of the animals migrate to find food.- sas028 sas028 Apr 3, 20084.jpg


The climate in the savannas can get really hot and sometimes it can be cool. It is really hard for the animals to survive because it is sometimes so hot. The animals usually get under a tree to get cool. It is mostly always hot there. There are alot of trees to keep the animals cool. - Trevorman Trevorman Apr 11, 2008


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The climate of the savanna is hot and dry. For the animals the best things to do is to lay down under a tree for some shade. The good thing is that for a hot place they have a nice river. The only thing you might waant to watch out are predators.

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The Savanna biome has a wet/dry climate. Its climate group is AW. The AW stands for a tropical climate, and the for a dry season in the winter.In the savanna climate there is a distinct dry season, which is in the winter. Savannas get all their rain in the summer months. During the distinct dry season of a savanna, most of the plants shrivel up and die. - thedark1 thedark1 Jun 13, 2008

The savanna's climate is wet and dry. The savanna gets all its rain in the summer. The savanna is hot because of its tropical latitudes. The annual percipitation is 10 to 30 inches. The savanna's temperature does not much change.
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The climate in the savanna is hot and dry. When it rauns some plants will grow but after a while they will die if they do not get more water. On some days it is so hot that the animals will lie under a tree and wait for there food to come to them. The animals that live in the ground are lucky because the dirt is not that hot. Many animals can not survive out here because you have to find a water source.
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In the savanna it gets very hot. The heat blows with the wind that makes the heat spread out even further.Did you know that the dry season is actually the winter season and the wet season is in the summer months, so that is why the temperature is 78 to 86 degrees F. The hotness makes it the average precipitation of 10 to 30 in of rainfall. The hotness does make more precipitation happen because of so much evaporates.- axf065 axf065 Apr 4, 2008savanna.jpg

Savannas climate is hot but it can be rainy. During the rainy season floods are common and that allows a lot of plants to grow. After the rainy season the grass gets really tall. During the hot seasons temperatures get really hot. The plants also get really dry.
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The climate is warm in the savanna.

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I am going to tell you about the climate of the savannas. The savannas is usually a dry climate. It is wet when its rainy. Since its usually dry and hot fires can happen. This is common in the savannas. There are some rivers around that have been made by rain. The temperature ranges from 68 to 86 degrees in the summer. In the winter it ranges from 68 to 78 degrees. From December to Febuary hardly any rain falls. That was the climate of the savannas.- gxy005 gxy005 Apr 6, 2008savanna3_lg.jpg
What the climate of the savanna is that it's usually a dry place. It is sometimes rainy and mostly hot. When the heat blows is sometimes a heat waves. What the degrease of the savanna when it's cold it's from 60 to 70. In the winters it only pretty much rain hard and doesn't show of heat. When the rain hits the ground it makes lakes or streams.


The savanna is very dry and hot. During the spring and winter there is alot of rainstorms and bring water back to the savanna. The animals use the trees for shade but there isn't enough large trees for all of the animals so some burrow or sleep during the day and come out at night. It can't snow because it is to warm but it is humid. Animals usually hunt at night because it is cool.- arn096 arn096 Apr 7, 2008sav.JPG




The svanna climate is very dry and arid. It is usually very hot. That is why the plants are all ways so dry and yellowish greenish. At night it is very cold.The savanna doesn't really get lots of rain but they do have pudles and ponds. It is so sunny that the only place they have for shades are trees.
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The climate in the savanna is very hot it gets very cold at night. In the savanna it doesn't rain that often. When it rains it makes a lake all the animals go to it.
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In the savanna climate there is a distinct dry season, which is in the winter. Savannas get all their rain in the summer months. During the distinct dry season of a savanna, most of the plants shrivel up and die. Some rivers and streams dry up. Most of the animals migrate to find food.saguaronpdeserthabit.jpg

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The savanna climate is warm and it is very dry like the desert and in the summer time it rains in the savanna. The heat blows the wind and making the climate even hotter. Plants in the savanna grows only when it rains but its mostly all dry in the savanna. The dry climate is when its winter in the savanna. The savanna is very wet sometimes but it can be dry or hot.- mxd115 mxd115 Feb 13, 2009
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The climate of the Savanna would be warm or hot. The plants and animals that live in the Savanna relay on the climate of the Savanna because if the climate was alot hotter or alot colder the plants and animals might die.
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The savana climate is hot but not that much rainy. For temperature, it pretty much varies by which season you are in. In the Summer, it is hot and rainy and in the,winter it is cold and dry. So, the average yearly temperature for the Savanna is about 65-75 degress Farenheit. Is it warm or cool? You decide!- ahk065 ahk065 Apr 10, 2008


The climate in the savanna is very hot sometimes it can get windy. Most of the times it gets windy and sunny at the same time.

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The climate in the Savanna is sometimes cold, hot, windy, and warm. On the hot days it's hot and windy mostly in the summer actually. It's very cold there in the winter. It's sometimes the same temperatures on some days. In the Savanna it's mostly hot every day.


What the climate of the desert is that it can be hot, cold, and warm. Only in the summer it is hot. but when it is winter it's cold there. It's mostly hot everyday until the winter. It is sometimes cold in the morning and hot in the day and cold at night. But it's windy and sunny there. The Savanna climate is there is no rain in the morning day and night.DCZ033@mymail.lausd.net
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The Climate in the savanna is very beautiful. The climate is calm and sunny. The climate usually reminds me of our climate. The savanna is a cool place to be at. The climate in the savanna bearly rains.

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The climate in the savanna is sometimes cold i think but i know that it is mostly hot over there. In some other areas in the savanna it is hot also and from what i see i think it never rains.- a-rod13 a-rod13 May 20, 2008

There are many types of grasslands around the world. Some of the grasslands are tropical and some are dry grasslands. Grasslands in North America are known as Prairies, and in South America they are known as the Pampas. Eurasia has the Steppes, and in South Africa they are called Savanna and Velds.
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- jah086 jah086 May 12, 2008The savanna is warm and windy. Sometimes there can be harsh storms like a sandstorms. That would be very bad for the animals.Its is okay because they use there skin or fur to protect themselves from it. That is the goegraphy of the savanna.

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In the savanna the climate is dry and very warm and in the night it is cold. There can be sandstorms and wild fires. some times it could rain but very little. The animals in the savanna gets cold in the nights so there fur and skin protect them from being frozen. in the winter it ranges from 68 degrees to 78 degrees. The anual precipitation is to 10 to 30 inches a year.external image savanna.gif- axr044a axr044a


The savanna has a very harsh climate. It will usually rain a couple of inches, and be hot for the rest of the year. Some savannas have rivers an water holes so they don't have to wait for the rain to flood the aria( it dose in some arias). during the winter it is dry all season so every once in a while, a fire will start up. At night the temperature drops and most animals come out to keep away the heat of the day. If it didn't rain at all, all the animals would be found somewhere else in the world.external image 800px-Male_lion_on_savanna.jpg

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Savannas have warm temperature year round. There are actually two very different seasons in a savanna; a very long dry season (winter), and a very wet season (summer). In the dry season only an average of about 4 inches of rain falls. Between December and February no rain will fall at all. Oddly enough, it is actually a little cooler during this dry season. But don't expect sweater weather; it is still around 70° F.- mjm093 mjm093 May 23, 2008







The Savanah weather:
The weather in the Savanah is hot and kind of dry. There is wind sometimes. The two main seasons that occur are the long-dry summers and the winters. It can rain a little bit but only a couple inches. There can also be some/a lot of sandstorms as well.



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The cimate in the savanna is very hot over there. I do not know how the animals survive over there. There are a lot of plants there in the savanna like cactus and lots of different kinds of trees. The savanna is very hot in the light but when it s night it is very cold. The climate is very hot in the morning not really wet.- bmt130 bmt130 May 29, 2008800px-Male_lion_on_savanna.jpg


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The climate in the savanna is air windy humid and sometimes hot.The bad thing about the animals are they have fur and it gets hot for them.They also have unique things they can climb they can hunt and they can also be camouflage to things so there predators will not hunt for them.The animals get furious about things and they get a look in the eye.When they smell there predator they look up and straight and they look for there predator.Michelle Bernal










The Climate in The Savanna it is very hot and the bad part is that there is like hardly ever shade there because there are tall trees but they are separated from each other a long path.external image image?id=94366&rendTypeId=4


The climate in the savanna is mostly dry. It gets very hot in the savanna. That's why the grass is so dry. It is also very sunny in the savanna. That's the climate in the savanna. - BIGA005 BIGA005 May 29, 2008


the climate in the savnna is very dry no water.it gets really hot in summer.the animals lost most of thier habitats because of the wild fires.the grass is so dry that why it starts a fire thats why it is hot.tall trees are get baby elphants lost from parent.

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The climate in the Savanna is mostly dry. It hardly changes its climate. Even though its dry many animals live there. It some times rains but not very much. In the summer the rain starts to dry 58556247864.jpgup and plants start to die.- axf075 axf075 Jun 4, 2008





















The Savanna biome has a wet/dry climate. In the savanna climate there is a distinct dry season, which is in the winter. Savannas get all their rain in the summer months. During the distinct dry season of a savanna, most of the plants shrivel up and die. Some rivers and streams dry up. Most of the animals migrate to find food.The savanna climate has a temperature range of 68° to 86° F (20° - 30° C). In the winter, it is usually about 68° to 78° F (20° - 25° C). In the summer the temperature ranges from 78° to 86° F (25° - 30° C). In a Savanna the temperature does not change a lot. BY maria

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