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Sahara Desert

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kammie white

on 9 April 2013

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Transcript of Sahara Desert

Climate:
-Dry subtropical in north
-Dry tropical in south Consumers:
-Fennec wolf
-cpmmpn king snkae
-rosy Boa Priamry Producer:
-african welwitchsia
-african peyote cactus
-eragrostis
-date palm
-doum palm wolf predator/prey relation
-Coyote & wolf Symbiotic Relationship
Microbes and a Cactus is an example of commensalism, where one organism benefits from the other but the other does not. In this case, the microbes absorb water for the cactus to harness keep as water reserves in the dry desert. Average Temperature:
Summer: 86-122(°F)
Winter:55(°F) By:Kammie White Sahara Desert coyote fennec wolf date palm Rosy Boa African Peyote Cactus lIMITING FACTORS:
-VEGETATION
-VERY LITTLE OR NO WATER How the consumers survie:
Fennec wolf-huge batlike ears(6in) radiate heat to keep them cool in the desert.thick fur to keep cool in the night.
Roay Boa-nocturnal, hides under the ground during the day
common king snake-powerfull body to kill its prey,active early in the day..
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