Where Is the Savanna Biome Located?

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The savannah biome is located in areas between tropical rainforests and deserts. The savannahs resemble grasslands but have scattered trees and are found in Central Africa, America and the north and east of South America. These areas experience dry climate with extreme heat during the dry season.
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The Savanna biome is in south Africa and India. Many types of birds and animals occupy the Savann's. Some of these are the green pigeons, flycatchers, lions, buffaloes and elephants.
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