(Camelus dromedarius), (Camelus bactrianus), Bactrian, two Dromedary, one Hump hint LONG periods no water
(Scorpiones) Members of class Arachnida Closely related to spiders, mites, and ticks Some have venomous sting
(Canis latrans) Often mistaken for domestic dogs Bushy tail, black tip Fur- light brown to grayish
(Acanthophis pyrrhus) Doesn’t strike unless touched Active at night Wouldn’t retreat, stay motionless
Development -negative & positive I think… -More national parks -help preserve Phoenix, Arizona
Personally, I have learned so much about a part of the world I never gave much thought to. If it weren’t for this project, I probably would never have looked into the desert. I’m really glad I got to study this fascinating biome. Thank you!
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