Animals of Africa Game
Savannahs covers about one fifth's of the earth's land mass and are areas often found between forests and deserts or grasslands. They are normally identified by having trees, that unlike forests, do not form a canopy and are spaced out from each other.
The savannah in Africa tend to have one rainy
season which has a long dry season in-between.
Savannah animals of Africa include the Big Five as well as wild cats,
antelopes, giraffes, impala, meerkats, ostriches, hyenas,
zebras as well numerous bird, reptile and insect species. Some African savannahs are famous
such as the Serengeti that straddles north Tanzania and
south-west Kenya, not least due to its annual migration when
over a million wildebeest follow three quarters of a million
zebra on a five hundred mile journey during the months of
January to March each year to find grazing ground during which
time many of their number die from exhaustion thirst and