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Vegetation and Livestock of The U.A.E
Transcript of Vegetation and Livestock of The U.A.E
By: Karima Bouzidi
Grade 8 Girls
Arabic Social Studies
What natural vegetation and livestock are found in the U.A.E?
The vegetation found here are:
What plants are imported into the U.A.E?
Why must people in the U.A.E
import other animals?
How do farmers plant their crops with all the sand here?
The livestock found here are:
What animals are imported to the U.A.E?
What plants/livestock are exported?
Where are the farmers' crops located?
Where are the farmers' livestock located?
When are the best times in the U.A.E to grow crops?
What food do the animals eat?
Why must other crops be imported in the U.A.E?
Can animals from other lands survive such a harsh climate?
The farmer's crops are located
in the desserts where there is almost no body.
The farmer's animals are
usually also located in desserts. Al Ain has many farmers for camels.
Animals in the U.A.E
are fed with organic herbs and other plants.
It is best to grow
crops like tomatoes and strawberries in the winter and plants such as date palms in the summer.
People must import other
animals to have a variety of meats to create different dishes since they can not get them here.
People must import other crops
in order to gain a variety choices to create their dishes.
Yes, animals that are imported
here do adapt to the harsh environment here in the U.A.E such as birds.
Farmers plant their crops
by importing the soil from different countries and the government would supply them with fertilizers and seeds. Then the farmers would plant the crops in rows to make it even.