Presentation on theme: "Desert by:Victor,Riku,Bani and Molly. Deserts around the world In the world there are many deserts. For example: South Africa, North Western Mexico, Arizona,"— Presentation transcript:
Deserts around the world In the world there are many deserts. For example: South Africa, North Western Mexico, Arizona, North of Africa, Southern Mongolia, North America & Southern California.
Average yearly temperatures and rainfall A desert’s temperature goes over 100 degrees F (38 degrees C) Amount of rainfall:25o mm
Plants live in Desert In desert there are plants such as: Cactuses, Grasses, Shrubs, River Gums, Yuca, Bewer Tail Cactuses, PaloVadea, Barel Cates.
Desert Animals In the desert there are many animals such as:scorpions,jack rabbits,tortoises,side winders,turkey vultures,elf owls, kit foxes, camels & geckos.
Camels In the desert there are lots of camels. Camels have a hump which helps them keep water. Its hump stores fat for energy. A camel’s nostrils close to keep out sand & dust. A camel’s feet are large and wide.
Camel 2 A camel’s eyes have a double row of long eyelashes.
Geckos A gecko’s eyes are covered by a thin membrane to protect them. A gecko’s skin is covered in dry hard scales. A gecko’s tail breaks off when a predator grabs it. A gecko hastiny hairs that grab smmoth surfaces.
Calfs A calf doesn’t have any humps. It is only born with a little lump. It stores only fat.The calf is getting fat with mother’s milk. A camel and a calf are only fat at their hump.
Lifecycle of a Camel Stage 1: Newborn Stage 2: Calf Stage 3: Adult Camel
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