Savanna Biome
 
Ok our question is... "What are some threats to the biome"? give us some of your ideas on ways to fix these problems.
Cori Blankenship
5/16/2011

One threat to the savanna is tree clearing. To prevent this, laws can be made against clearing the trees. If something needs to be placed where there are trees, instead you could place new trees in other areas.

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Kaitlyn Thomison
5/16/2011

One threat to the savanna is the cutting down of trees. One way that we can prevent this is by cutting down less trees. We could reduce reuse and recycle, so that the savanna biome can protect the trees.

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Megan Redmond
5/16/2011

Another threat to the Savanna is the invasive of species.It could be stopped by animals feeding or destroying it before the species gets to populated.

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Matt Kohr
5/16/2011

One threat to this biome is wildfires. Humans should really try to stop causing wildfires because its killing the plants, animals, insects, etc. Another threat is tree clearing. We should stop cutting down trees because it could save some wild life.

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Dae'Ja Hayden
5/16/2011

One major threat to the savanna biome is the wildfires that are started here. Humans should at least try to stop causing the wildfires because it's killing plants, and making it hard for all the organisms that call this place home to breathe the fresh air they should be breathing, plus it's killing all the trees! We need them to breathe, and produce things we use everyday like paper. We Should recycle of course, and stop lighting unnecessary fires that aren't benefitting us in anyway shape or form.

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Jacquelyn Schweitzer
5/17/2011

One major threat to the savanna biome is that so many wild fires occur. This kills the grasses and affects the herbivores and other organisms in the biome. One way that we can help protect the savanna is to stop causing wildfires and to be careful of what we do/put in the savanna.

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