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Sonora Desert Ecosystem
Transcript of Sonora Desert Ecosystem
Cactus Buffelgrass Buffelgrass The Bark Scorpion has many apadtations that help it survive the cruel Sonora Desert, such as a layer of fat under it's layered exoskeleton shell that retains water to indure the heat. Another adaptation of this arachnid is it's "hairs" on it's legs and other body parts that can sense vibrations from living things. This helps them find prey. It can also walk up walls,allowing them to escape from most predators. A great example of a symbiotic relationship in this Arizona desert is the commensalism between a Gila Woodpecker and the Sag-uaro Cactus. The bird pecks out a nest in the cactus. The woodpecker has a nest, the Saguaro isn't affected. This shows how the Bark Scorpion kills it's prey. Humans have had little affect on this ecosystem, but we sometimes take away the homes of some animals by development of our own. On the brightside, we havn't majorly tarnished the beautiful ecosystem of the Sonoran Desert of Arizona.