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Transcript of Desert Biome
What is it?
A desert is a barren area of land where little precipitation occurs and consequently living conditions are hostile for plant and animal life.
What makes this biome unique?
Even though the desert doesn't get much rain, there is surprisingly a good amount of animals that have adapted to its extreme conditions.
One of the plants that are in the desert is called desert sage.The flowers are deep blue with purple bracts. They grow to be about to be 2-3 meters in height. Another flower would be, the desert marigold. They grow to be about 10 and 30 inches.
average daytime temperature is 100°F (37.7°c), while at night the average temperature is 25°F (-3.8°c).
How much precipitation
Where is this biome located?
Many deserts are located 30 latitude south and 30 degrees latitude north of the equator
By: Mari & Ling-Ling
The precipitation the desert gets, is less than 10 inches or 25 centimeters a year.
Average temperature in the desert
What animals live there?
There are many animals that live in the desert some of them would be; Roadrunners, Kangaroo Rats, Lizards, and Bark Scorpions.
Some important abiotic factors that make up the desert biome consists of; High temperatures, vast sections of sand, and sunlight