for The Sahara Desert
Steps to survive!
1st Stay as hydrated as possible before going out.
2nd Take along food that packs the most nutrition in the least size and weight.
3rd Wear wicking fabrics with a UPF of at least 30 as a base layer, and take along one warming layer (wool or fleece) and one windbreak layer.
4th Travel at night when possible; the cooler air enables you to travel farther and faster with minimum danger of heat exhaustion.
The Animals in the Sahara
It is helpful for the people because it helps with traveling instead of the humans wasting their energy that's when the camels come in.
This fox has large ears which help dissipate heat and its hairy soles, which protects it's feet!
The gender is not know yet these petite cats weigh less than seven pounds (3.2 kg) as adults!!!