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Abiotic and Biotic Factors

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Many plants and animals exist in the desert, contrary to common belief that deserts are empty and sustain little life. Scorpions, coyotes, snakes, spiders, lizard, and cacti are just a few of the biotic factors. One of abiotic factors is the sand. A desert is mainly a lot of sand spanning over vast distances. Sometimes, moss and grass will mix with the sand to create nutrient rich soil. Another abiotic factor is the lack of moisture. Hot and dry deserts yield usually only less than 10 inches or rain per year. Temperature is also an abiotic factor. In most deserts, it is usually hot and dry with temperatures reaching 110 degrees fahrenheit.
Abiotic and Biotic Factors
Deserts
A desert is a hot area of land that gets very little rain. The desert has an average rainfall of 10 inches. Its climate is 100 degrees Fahrenheit and at night it is 25 degrees Fahrenheit. Deserts generally occur at low latitudes and are close to the equator . Deserts are formed there because the sun hits them directly and constantly.
Location
and
Climate
Organisms that live there
A food web is a a system of interlocking and interdependent food chains. There are many food webs in different biomes. One food web in a desert is when a hawk and kit fox eat a lizard, a lizard eats insects, a kit fox eats a snake, a lizard and a kangaroo rat, a tarantula eats a lizard, and lastly a scorpion eats insects. Hawks and kit foxes are large predators, taratulas, snakes, and scorpions are small predators, carnivores, and insectivores, insects, lizards, and kangaroo rats are plant eaters and primary consumers.
Food Web
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Kit Fox
Hawk
The organisms that live in the desert are Scorpion, Collared Lizards, Kangaroo Rat borrow under ground, Camels, Snakes eat mice, Hawks eat snakes, Fox, Spiders, Road Runners road runners run from predeters, Insects, Cactus, Shrubs, Armdilo, Voltures are unique because they eat dead animals, Coytes eat other animals. Decomposers in the desert are worms, ants, dung beatles.
Snakes
Kangaroo Rat
Lizard
Food Web of Desert Biomes
Insects
Scorpion
Tranatula
Small Predators, Carnivores, Insectivores
Large Predator
Plant eater Primary consumer
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1. Name an abiotic and biotic factor.
2. Describe a deserts location and climate.
3. Name one producer, one decomposer, and 3 consumers that live in the desert.
4. Name an animal in the food web of a desert.
Answers:
1. Answers may vary.
2. The desert is located near low latitudes and
the clime is very hot and dry.
3. Answers may vary
4. Answers may vary
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