African lion

Report
By: Giovanni Fernandez
Food chain
Elephant
Grass
Producer
Zebra
1st
consumer
African lion
2nd consumer
Savannah
The savannah is located in Africa and
Australia. The African Savannah is located
15 degrees north latitude and 30 degrees
south and 15 degrees east and 40 degrees
west. The annual rain fall is about 20-50
inches.
Elephant Grass
Elephant grass is tall grass that comes from
Africa. It grow in dense clumps up to 10 ft. It
is yellowish or purple in color. The stem are
coarse and hairy and about 1in. thick near
the base. The leaves are 2-3 feet long
pointed at the end. The edges are razor
sharp.
Elephant grass native habitat is Africa.
Grant’s Zebra
Description-The zebra look like a horse with black and white stripes.
Habitat-Grant’s Zebras live in savannas, plains , and sometimes in mountain regions.
Adaptations-Zebras have great vision and hearing to locate predators. They have
night vision to help them move at night. Their black and white stripes cause a
camouflage that causes predators to get confused.
Food-The zebra is a herbivore. Zebras feed on grass mostly, but occasionally, eat
shrubs, herbs, twigs, leaves, and bark.
Predators- Zebras predators are lions, hunting dogs, leopards, and cheetah.
Protection- The would run away, or they can kick and bite the enemy. They stand
side by side in opposite directions that helps them see predators.
Communication-Zebras communicate by barking, braying, or snorting. They also
move their ears to signal calmness or frightened. They stand up their ears when they
feel calm and pushed them down when they are scared.
Grant’s Zebra
Young-The baby zebras have brown and white stripes and look like baby
horses.
The grown zebras would not leave the young behind, they would wait for it
to catch up.
They both have stripes, they both have hooves and big ears.
The difference the baby zebra have brown and white stripes, and the adult
zebra have black and white stripes.
Status-The grants zebra is not endanger or threatened species.
People-We don’t need to help this organism.
Africa Lion
Description-A lion looks like a cat 10 times bigger. A male lion has a big
mane around its neck and the female lion does not have a mane. A mane is
hair around a male lion neck.
Habitat-In Africa most lions can be found in Savanna grassland, but some
live in the Forest.
Adaptations-The lions golden brown fir, blends in the surroundings in the
savanna and helps them sneak them to pray.
Food-Lions eat large animals such as zebras and wild beasts. In times lions
eat a variety of smaller animals from the rodents to reptiles. Lions
sometimes steal catches from hyenas, leopards and other pray.
Predators-Lions have no natural predators except for humans.
Protects itself-A lion protects itself with its claws and sharp teeth. Lions
have a great sense of smell that sometimes alerts them when danger is near.
Africa Lion
Communication-Lions communicate by roaring, body language and
markings with its scent.
Young-They are smaller than the adult lion and the baby lion have spots.
The mom carries the baby by the neck with their mouth so they are safer in
the mouth. If the lioness is hunting, her cubs would be suckled by another
lactating female. Cubs are nursed for 6 through 7 months.
The girl baby lion doesn’t have a mane around their neck, and the female
lion does not have it too. Baby lions have spots and the adult lions don’t
have spots.
Status-We shouldn’t be concerned, lions are not currently threatened or in
the endangered list.
People-We don’t need to help this animal.
Food Web
Savannas animals
(Australia and Africa)
Wildebeest or Gnu
Waterbuck
Addax
Warthog
Wild Cat
African Wild Dog
Topi
Wild Ass
Thomson's Gazelle
Vervet Monkey
Steinbok
Sitatunga
Cape Elephant
Shrew
Roan
Rhinoceros
Reedbuck
Serval
Rattlesnake
Addra
Gazelle
Sable Antelope
Pulcu
Savannas Animals
(Australia and Africa)
Puff Adder
Lichtenstein's
Hartebeest
Monitor Lizard
Patas
Gorilla
Leopard
Lesser Kudu
Jackal
Lemur
Impala
Mongoose
Mamba
Meerkats
Pangolin
Hyrax
Lechwe
Antelope
African Lion
Savannas Animals
(Australia and Africa)
Fossa
Fennec Fox
Grant's Gazelle Greater Kudu
Hippopotamus
Okapi
Hedgehog
Oribi
African
Elephant
Eland
Gembsok
Oryx
Gerenuk or
Wallers's
Gazelle
Hare
Otter
Duiker
Gerbil
Grysbok
Ground
Squirrel
Hyenas
(Striped)
Hyenas
(Spotted)
Gecko
Genet
Honey Badger
Giraffe
Savannas Animals
(Australia and Africa)
Water Buffalo
Caracal
Bushpig
Bontebok
Bonobo
Beisa Oryx
Bongo
Bat-Eared Fox
Blue Monkey
Baboon
Antelope
African
Gray
Parrot
Dik-Dik
Crocodile
Camel
Colobus Monkey
Bushbuck
Chimpanzee
Bushbaby
or Galago
Zebra
Cheetah
Forest Hog
Questions
(True or False)
1. The lion a carnivore ?
2. Baby zebra have brown and white stripes ?
3. Baby boy lions have a mane around its neck or hair around its neck ?
4. Zebras are carnivores ?
5. Zebras have night vision ?
Questions (Answers)
1.True
2.True
3. False
4.False
5. True

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