Graminiverous Animals

The enormous areas of vegetation in the savanna is the reason of which there are many animals that eat it. as elephant, zebra, giraffe, rhinoceros and many others. All animals that eat grass, leaves, branches, barks are called graminiverous animals.

In the savanna lives many herds of graminiverous animals. There are more than 40 species of graminiverous. Although they are so many their food does not run out, because they all eat different type of food. Some of them eat bark, others twigs. Smaller animals eat the smallest grass, others that are very tall like giraffes eats leaves of trees 2-3 meaters up from the ground. Graminiverous animals have no problems between each others, although they live in one land.

Only animals that can suffer heat and long dry can live in savanna. The big graminiverous animals are as fast as robust.

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