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Savanna

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Savanna
Savanna
Abundant
Grass Tuft.pngRabbit Hole.pngRabbit.pngRedbird.png Crow.png
Occasional
Beefalo.pngManure.pngBoulder.png
Rare
Flower.pngSpider.pngSpider Den.pngCrank Thing.png
It smells like a barn.

Maxwell

Savanna (also referred to as Plains) is a Biome rich with Grass and Mobs, while containing little other flora. It is the only Biome in which Beefalo are indigenous (unless their generation is increased in the settings for world generation), but it is also host to many Rabbits, Redbirds, and Crows. Spider Dens may also rarely appear. Flowers are sometimes found, which spawn Butterflies.

While many Grass Tufts grow on this terrain, Evergreens don't naturally spawn on a Savanna. However, it is possible to manually plant them in a Savanna.

The Crank Thing is always located in a small Savanna biome.

A Savanna can differ in size from a few tiles to an entire island; Beefalo tend to spawn in Savannas with at least 25 tiles present.

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Savanna is usually a very good Biome to settle in due to the abundance of Grass, and renewable food sources, while other essential renewable resources such as Twigs and Evergreens can be easily transplanted from other Biomes, as long as it is big enough to settle a camp in.

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  • In older versions of the game, the Savanna Biome had a more reddish hue on the map.

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