To all the people who protect our fragile ecosystem
Additional thanks to Mrs. Cummings and Peyton Culp.
The Savannah ecosystem by Eleanor Newsome Published 2023 Blue group publishing No part of this book can be copied without the authors permission. All the facts in this book are true and myths or false information if used in this book will be taken out.
Hi! Hi! I'm Eleanor Newsome!I live in Dover, Delaware,but my dad is a lawyer in the air force, so we move around a lot.I was born in Eglin Air Force base, Florida,on April 26, 2012. I love Disney,Elephants,and the ocean.I have a mom,Lauren,a dad,Adam,three brothers named Henry,Oscar,and AJ.I also have a dog named Elvis.I hope you love savannas,because this book is all about them!
Table Of Contents
All about the author/illustrator. Pages 3
Chapter 1.....Characteristics Of A Savannah Pages 5-6
Chapter 2......Producers Pages 7-8
Chapter 3.......Consumers Pages 9-11
Chapter 4....Decomposers Pages 12-13
Chapter 5....Energy Pyramid Pages 14
Chapter 6 ....Food Web Pages 15
Chapter 7.......Spheres Pages 16-17
Chapter 8......Savanna Threats Pages 18-19
The savannah is hot all year round and only has two seasons. The wet season is humid and hot with heavy rain showers, while the dry season has very little water and experiences droughts. The wet season is called the monsoonseason.
The savannah is near the equator. Savannas are located in Australia, South America,and Africa. The savannas are called savannas and grasslands.
There are many plants in the savanna,but there are so many that I could only fit so much,so here are a few:Lemon grass grows its longest when it is in the wet season.When it is in the dry season the Lemon grass preserves all the water it stored in the wet season.Like Lemongrass,Baobab trees store water in its gigantic trunk. If the producer is healthy the consumer is healthy.
There are a lot of animals on the savannah too!I mean a lot!Snakes,lizards,and Meerkats all live in underground homes such as burrows,while frogs,turtles,and crocodiles dig in the mus of rivers and lagoons.The underground animals use sharp claws to gig underground, while the water animals dig in the water for sea grass.