Savanna

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savanna

A type of woodland characterised by a very open spacing between its trees and by intervening areas of grassland. A flat grassland in tropical or subtropical regions.Savanna is a type of biome consisting mainly of grass and a sparse population of trees. This lack of vegetation is due to the dry conditions present in such biomes, which means the distribution of water among organisms only allows the survival of a few.