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Jessica Deguzman

on 1 May 2013

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Transcript of Socotra

Ecosystem Functions Adaptations 1. Light Clothing
2. Sleeping Bag
3. Warm Clothing for night
4. Sun-block
5. Comfortable walking shoes
6. Flashlight with extra batteries
7. Water
8. personal medication
9. Rainwear (Ex: Poncho) - North-Western corner of Western Indian Ocean
- approximately 125 km long, 45 km wide

Main biome: socotra, the main island Semi-desert climate

Abiotic Factors:
- water / water-holding capacity
- salinity
- rainfall

Tropical desert Endangered Species Succession Over time, humans have used resources and changed the environment to desert like.
Over Time, the organisms that spread were the ones who were already used to the desert climate. Importance to the World Location The Climate What to
bring Biodiversity - most of the organisms found on Socotra are unique and aren't found elsewhere The Socotra by Ken M.
Jessica D.
Diane T.
Justin B Major Producers - Punica protopunica
AKA Pomegranate Tree Dragon's
Blood Human Impact Aerial view of Socotra Colonization + Trade = Extinction - Egyptian vulture - Socotra Bunting -The branches of the Dragon's Blood tree extend upward
-The Socotran Pomegranate Tree has thorns
-Dostenia Gigas' Roots dig into rock
-Endemic Fairy Shrimp which swim upside down Example:
-Dragon's Blood
-> Socotran Caper White
-> Chamaeleonidae
->Socotra Bunting Thank you for listening! Loss of biodiversity Growing reliance on plants Natives rely on Dragon's Blood
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