Terry Catasús Jennings

ARKive video - African lions stalking, killing and eating zebras
ARKive video - Cheetah chases and catches a gazelle
Following Videos are from ARKIVE.org. 
(BBC Natural History Unit)
Graphic Content.
Forest Elephant Vocalization Videos 
Elephant Listening Project 
Cornell University
Sounds of the Savanna
Teacher Guides and Lesson Plans
Handouts, Masters & Answer Keys
Games and Other Activities
Watch and Listen to the Savanna
Audio and Video Files
Downloadable Lesson Plans

Downloadable Masters and Answer Keys

Katie Payne on Elephants
Cornell University Video

Audio Files from Dorothy Cheney and Robert Seyfarth
University of Pennsylvania

Animal Vocalizations Including Animals from Savanna
Vocalization Video
Arbordale Publishers' Activities
Sounds of the Savanna
The morning sun kisses the grasslands of the savanna. A lion roars. Animals wake. Many are hungry. Some eat the greenery at their feet and in the trees, but others...others might even eat someone else's baby. Everybody has to eat, 'cause everybody wants to live!
       Predators don't always win. Prey will squeal, screech, squeak, squawk, loud, high pitched warnings to others of their band so they can bolt or skitter away. So they can protect their babies. Low pitched rumbles also serve as warnings. They can be heard far, far away. 
    High pitched and low pitched, soft and loud, sounds travel over the savanna as prey and predators perform their dances of survival throughout the day.

Publisher: Arbordale, Mount Pleasant, SC (2015)

Grade Level: P-5       Lexile Level: 740L       Lexile Code: AD

Threads: Sound, predator/prey interactions
Bank Street Center For Children's Literature
The Best Children's Book of the Year, 2016