Abiotic and Biotic factors of the Savannah Biome (ASAP)?

I'm doing a biology project and I need to list some of the abiotic and biotic factors of the Savannah Biome, but I don't really know what to put. I know the difference between them...but I could use some ideas. Points go to the quickest and most reliable answer!

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  • bioguy
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago
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    Abiotic is key here as savannahs have wet/dry seasons which drive the migrations of so many animals. Water is the key. Fire is abiotic and fires regularly occur here and cause secondary succession

  • 4 years ago

    Abiotic: sun, wind, temperature, humidity, sand, etc. Biotic: scorpions, snakes, ants, cacti, camels, grass, etc.

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