Savannah in a Sentence

Definition of Savannah

an area covered with fields of grass and a few trees

Examples of Savannah in a sentence

While traveling across the savannah, the tribe realized this would be a perfect place to shoot the roaming game for its meat.

The African wild dog stalked its prey by crawling low in the tall grasses of the savannah.

Due to the dryness and the hot temperatures, wildfires have started to plague this savannah but very little water is around.

Even though there were only a few trees on the savannah, environmentalists had strong concerns about the development companies clearing away the trees.

Wranglers preferred to travel through the savannah due to its flat grassy area because their livestock could graze while traveling.

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