The animals of the Savanna have undergone many unique adaptations, and some of these are as below:
It has a trunk and tusks which keep him alive. It uses its tusks in order to protect himself. It uses its trunk in order to drink, gather food and bathe itself. These things are a physical part of the animal. If the animal did not have these things it would not be able to eat, drink, bath itself or protect itself.
African Wild Dog:
They have long slender legs to help aid in tiring out their prey, they have great eyesight to help them hunt during dusk and dawn, and they also have strong teeth so that they can bite through bone. In addition to that they also have lots of endurance and generally chase their prey for a very long time, so that eventually the prey gets incredibly tired and as a result it is a easy kill.
Black Mamba Snake:
They have very effective venom and they have high flexibility. The black Mamba snake feels vibrations of the ground so acutely no other aural sense can hear. When threatened the blue-black colour of the inside of their mouth, which they display when threatened.
The Desert Lynx hides his sharp teeth and claws. They are very adaptable, being able to live most anywhere. They have excellent vision, keen hearing, and are highly intelligent animals.
A baboon's adaptations are that they have sharp claws to fight off predators. They also have a a lot of fur around their neck to keep them warm in cold temperatures. They also have cheek pouches on their cheeks to store food.
Structural adaptations of a mongoose are that it has a strong jaw to easily kill its prey, it has loose dense fur so that when a snake bites it the venom only goes onto the fur and not into the blood stream, it has strong front paws to help it break eggs on rocks and that it has strong eye sight to help it hunt and see predators in the dark.