Which of the following plant adaptations protects savanna plants from grazers?

Which of the following plant adaptations protects savanna plants from grazers? a. long roots b. growing low to the ground c. water storage d. bitter taste

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A grazer is an animal that eats plants from the ground.
The answer is D. Bitter taste.
If the plants taste bitter, the grazers won't eat them.

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Hello there!

The correct answer is option D

Bitter Taste protects savanna plants from grazers.

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Bitter taste because grazers are basically animals that eat plants from the ground so an adaptation to prolong their life would be bitter taste. That is because if animals eat them they see that they are bitter and they don't like it and they don't want to eat them so plants in savannas keep existing this way.
Grazers are basically animals that eat plants from the ground so an adaptation to prolong their life would be bitter taste, meaning the answer is D. bitter taste. That is because if animals eat them they see that they are bitter and they don't like it and they don't want to eat them so plants in savannas keep existing this way.
The answer is bitter taste 
The correct answer is d
The correct answer is D. The reason is that Savanna plants having a bitter taste is the best plant adaptation to protect themselves from grazers, since the savanna plant having a bitter taste would prevent eating it because it does not taste like rice anymore.
Ur answer is gonna be C

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