What Animals Live in the Tropical wet-dry Climate?

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There are a number of animals that live in the tropical wet-dry climate. This climate is found in parts of Brazil, Africa and India. Animals that that live there include wildebeest, hyenas, cheetahs, lions, elephants, zebras and more.
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