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African Grassland (Savanna) Food Web

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African Grassland (Savanna) Food Web

This is an African Savanna Food Web. See if you can identify all the parts of the food web that make this a functioning, healthy ecosystem. Look for:

The Producers - the trees, shrubs and grass.

The Primary Consumers – the zebras and elephants.

The Secondary Consumers – the cheetah, hyena.

The Scavengers –  the termites, vultures and hyena.

The Decomposers or Detritivores – mushrooms, insects and microorganisms.

* Try the African Savannah Food Web Activity.


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African Grassland (Savanna) Food Web

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