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1 By: Abdullah Odeh

2 https://encrypted- tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSl3103T h8G- LjITUe8vRYVXMMrY8lPMPEs_NPtXopoM9TNS oI6ZxGf-6q5 https://encrypted- tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRHALPh9gYAb0x WkiTaw-HeF-o94jrSy2eW2xyAk5cimYu2X0HNgMM94U4 Examples of Deserts

3 A Map of the World that Shows Where my biome is located.

4  Rattle Snakes

5  Kangaroo Rat

6   Animals like the Desert Toad, sleep much longer than a day. They bury themselves in a cool burrow and sleep right through the hottest part of the summer. EM:&imgrefurl=http://www.erowid.org/archive/sonoran_desert_toad/smoke.htm&docid=Rdr_tYQY6UzWOM&imgurl=http://w ww.erowid.org/archive/sonoran_desert_toad/images/Balvarius3.jpg&w=500&h=339&ei=yR7xULukGY_Gswas5oCgDA&zoom=1&i act=rc&dur=2&sig= &page=1&tbnh=138&tbnw=207&start=0&ndsp=25&ved=1t:429,r:10,s:0,i:109&tx=156&ty= 84 EM:&imgrefurl=http://www.erowid.org/archive/sonoran_desert_toad/smoke.htm&docid=Rdr_tYQY6UzWOM&imgurl=http://w ww.erowid.org/archive/sonoran_desert_toad/images/Balvarius3.jpg&w=500&h=339&ei=yR7xULukGY_Gswas5oCgDA&zoom=1&i act=rc&dur=2&sig= &page=1&tbnh=138&tbnw=207&start=0&ndsp=25&ved=1t:429,r:10,s:0,i:109&tx=156&ty= 84 The Desert Toad

7  Camel

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9  How Desert Plants Adapt PPlants such as the cactus, aloes and agaves, beat the dry heat by storing plenty of water on their roots, stems or leaves. //.

10  Sidra Tree  The Sidra tree is deep rooted that take the moisture from the ground. 

11  Palm Tree

12 The Important Abiotic Factors That Affect Animals and Plants. Few animals and plants are adapted to the tremendously dry desert life, but still the desert is a vital biome. It covers about a fifth of the earth's surface, which is why it is important. There are both hot and cold deserts. Antarctica is the largest desert in the world, while the Sahara in Africa is the largest of the hot deserts.

13   Off roading, many people drive their vehicles in unrestricted areas all over the desert. This will leave scars on the land for decades.  Camping in the desert in unrestricted areas pollute the desert.  Hunting is another human activity that’s needs to stop because it will kill lots of animals.  People do these activities for fun and to waste time and they do not know how the desert is fragile and would take decades to revive again because of lack of water. Human Activates that Affect the Desert.

14   Education and awareness of the importance of the environment protection measures of the public. E.g. at school, media.  Provide protected areas for people to have fun while not harming the environment.  The government should abandon the hunting of animals. What Can Be Done to Prevent The bad Human Activities

15   t/impact.desert.html t/impact.desert.html  how-plants-survive-in-the-desert how-plants-survive-in-the-desert  m m Bibliography


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