The predominant vegetation in Uganda is the savannah.

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In the south, it is a moist, tall grassy savannah with lots of trees. The further north, especially in the northeast, the savanna becomes more and more dry, and poor, with short grasses and a low density of trees, mainly baobabs and acacias. Various species of palm trees also grow widely in Uganda.

Tropical forests grow in the southwest of the country and on Lake Victoria, with tree species that shed their leaves in the dry season.