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How does a savanna differ from a grassland? a. Savannas have a large number of grazing animals, while grasslands do not. b. Savannas have shrubs and isolated trees, while grasslands contain grasses, flowers, and herbs. c. Grasslands have burrowing animals, while savannas do not. d. Savannas are regulated by fires, while grasslands are not.
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Savanna differ from a grassland by: Savannas have shrubs and isolated trees, while grasslands contain grasses, flowers, and herbs.

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In savannas, the rainfall that occurs in the summer accounts for at least one-half of the annual rainfall.
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In savannas, the rainfall that occurs in the summer accounts for at least one-half of the annual rainfall. TRUE.
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Which of the following is a savanna? a. Veldts b. Plains c. Steppes d. Llanos
Weegy: D. Llanos is a savanna. (More)
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Steppes is a savanna. The Eurasian Steppe, also called the Steppe or the Steppes, is the vast steppe ecoregion of Eurasia in the Temperate grasslands, savannas, and shrublands Biome.
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Trees obtain carbon from _______. a. decaying organisms b. sunlight c. the atmosphere d. none of the above
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Trees obtain carbon from: THE ATMOSPHERE.
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Halons and CFC’s both _______. a. inhibit ozone formation b. cause ozone formation in the troposphere c. destroy ozone in the stratosphere d. cause excess ozone formation in the stratosphere
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Halons and CFC’s both (c.) destroy ozone in the stratosphere.
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