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Jack Kemp

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Animal that lives in biome
Landform in biome
Plant in biome
Location: Arizona (Sonora desert)
BIOME: Desert

Arizona (Sonora desert)
The landforms in the Sonoran desert provide shade to any animals living there. There are mountains and valleys. The biome takes up from Las vegas to the finger of Mexico.
The Sonora desert changes sunlight during the day and it gets hotter. The desert has Seasonal temperatures range from an average of 52º F in the winter, to 86º F in the summer. A couple seasons the temperatures can reach 32º F at night. Some portions of the desert, near the tip of Mexico, the temperature can reach a high of 134º F when you relax in the shade.
Star cactus
Adaptation: Its color and shape helps it to camouflage itself from predators that threat it. The light feeds it, as well as it being in the ground it uses nutriance from the soil.
These owls will usually perch or roost during the day in a protected area such as a tree or rocky bluffs. When there awake and hunting they use their strong ability to hear to catch their prey. This is aided by great eyesight and the fact that they make little-to-no noise when they fly.
Animal: Great Horned Owl
The Sonoran desert
hour 2
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if the desert biome was removed it would decrease animal population and become extinct.
prickly pear cactus
desert turtle
prickly pear cactus
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