The Sahara Desert vs. The Amazon
By: Zane Brewster
The Sahara Desert receives in the middle of the desert less than one inch of rain per year, but in the other parts receive 4 inches of rain. While the Amazon Rainforest receives a average of 120 inches of rainfall per year.
The Sahara Desert average annual temperature is about 65F* (18.3C*) and the Amazon rainforest average temperature is about 80F* (26.6C*)
There are not very many animals living in the Sahara Desert only about 90 resident bird species, 70 mammal species, and 100 species of reptile also the plants in the Sahara Desert are always looking for water, they can suck down 30 gallons in just a few minutes! The Amazon Rainforest is very different though it holds 1,000,000,000 different species of fish, insects, mammals, birds, spiders, animals and amphibians it's also responsible for 1/10 of the whole worlds population.
Will consume energy by eating bugs.
Saharan Horned Viper
Will eat the Acanthodactylus longipes for energy.
Will eat the Saharan Horned Viper for energy.
Will get energy with photosynthesis and the Sun.
Will eat the grass to consume energy.
Will consume the Brazilian Tapir for energy.