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THE SAHARA DESERT!

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Ashley Tisdale

on 9 October 2013

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Transcript of THE SAHARA DESERT!

THE SAHARA DESERT!
THE SAHARA
FOOD CHAIN!
The Sahara desert food
chain begins with the plants. Inspite of less rainfall and heat plants grow here.
THE SAHARA
PRODUCERS !
The Sahara Desert producers are:

. African Welwitchsia
. African Peyote Cactus
. Eragrostis
. Date Palm
. Doum Palm
Producers produce their own
food and become food for the
consumers.
THE SAHARA CONSUMERS!
The Sahara desert consumers are:
. The Addax Antelope .Fennec Fox
. Saharan Cheetah . Jerboa
. Dromedary Camel .Anubis Baboon
. Dorcas Gazelle . Nubian Bustard . Desert Hedgehog .Spotted Hyena
. Horned Viper . Mongoose
. Monitor Lizard
. Deathstalker Scorpion
. Ostrich
. African Wild dog

The Consumers of the Sahara Desert eat producers or consumers or
both. They are also known
as herbivores, carnivores
and omnivores.
THE SAHARA
SCAVENGERS !
The Scavengers of the Sahara
Desert include the Desert Ant,
Hyenas and Vultures.
The Scavengers eat dead
meat of consumers or
Scavengers.
THE SAHARA DECOMPOSERS
The Saharan decomposers
include fungi, Worms, moss,
Bacteria, Dung Beetles, termites and Mushrooms.
Decomposers do their share of work in an
ecosystem by breaking down waste
products and dead organic matter and
using it to renew energy.
THE SAHARA DESERT !
The Sahara desert is located in the northern
part of africa and covers 35,500,000 miles
roughly around 10% of the continent. It is
bounded in the east by the red sea and it stretches west to the Atlantic Ocean. To the
North the Sahara desert's northern boundary
is the Mediterranean sea, and in the south it
ends at the Sahel, an area where the desert
landscape transforms into a semi-arid tropical Savanna.
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