Further down toward the port, the savanna was flooded in places to a depth of one or two feet.
The correct form of the name is probably Chakan peten, the savanna region.
Stuart found only 20 species of amphibians in both forest and savanna habitats in El Petn.
It was my first savanna sparrow's nest, whether eastern or western.
A village on the Trans-isthmian Railroad; savanna and low evergreen forest along streams .
I think that Judge Isbell was then president of the savanna company.
After some perseverance in watching from the spot they had selected, they saw, one evening, camp fires far out on the savanna.
None the less, madam, I am a man in the city and in the savanna.
The channel winds through these savanna borders capriciously.
When he returned, savanna said 'Well—now, blessed sir, take me to my dear lady.'
|savanna or savannah|
A flat, grass-covered area of tropical or subtropical regions, nearly treeless in some places but generally having a mix of widely spaced trees and bushes. Savannas have distinct wet and dry seasons, with the mix of vegetation dependent primarily on the relative length of the two seasons.
A tropical land mass of grassland and scattered trees.