posted by Jerald on .
1.What is a savanna?
A savanna is a tropical or subtropical woodland ecosystem
2.What would you expect to find if you visited a savanna in Africa?
3.Why do you think so many animals live on a savanna?
There's more grass and water and a place to graze
4.HOw do people that live near the savanna adapt to the physical environment around them?
There's grass and water and in the summers its always wet. They adapt by seeing animals and helping around. Get used to the weather and they cut down trees.
5. Will the way people adapt to the physical environment of a savanna will eventually have any affect on the world environment?
I don't know for this one
1. is wrong.
5. Many savannas are overgrazed and thus prone to desertification.
Is 2 3 and 4 okay? Or is there other things I should add
Yes, they're o.k. You could add more to the number 4. Does your book say anything about nomads following their herds of livestock to the better grasses?
No, and number 5 is a yes or no question and then I explain why.
5.Yes,it will eventually affect the world's environment.They cut down trees so eventually they might/will run out of trees.