Desert

class biome

living organisms in desert

scorpions, snakes, owls, lizards, foxes, rabbits, and mousses, camels, kangaroo, tarantula, and many insects.

Climate of desert

there are cold deserts and there are dry and warm deserts. It depends were you are.

Producers in the Desert

Location of desert

Location of deserts

The Sahara is the second biggest desert in the world. It spreads through a lot of space of Africa.The largest desert in the world is the Antarctic desert. It spread through the North pole.

Cold deserts

The coldest desert in the world is Antarctic desert. It can drop down to -40 degrees Fahrenheit.

Hot deserts

The Sahara desert is the hottest desert in the world.it can go up to 112 degrees Fahrenheit.

Primary consumers.

Jackrabbits, mousses, Rats, turteles, are all primary consumers.

Secondary consumers

Foxes, owls, snakes and hawks are examples of secondary consumers in the desert.
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Animals on top of the food chain.

Animals on top of the food chain in the desert are wolves, foxes, owls, hawks, and snakes.
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Camel diet

Food choices are limited in the desert, so the camel is not exactly picky. Whatever twigs, stems and green shoots are available—except poisonous plants, which the camel can recognize—he will eat. The camel will even eat plants like saltbush, which are thorny and which most other animals will ignore. Camels near oases have more access to greener options, such as willows and poplar leaves and twigs.

Camels habitat

Camels live in desert, where it is hot and dry. Camels have adaptations that help them live in deserts. They have a thick coat of hair that protects them from the sun. They have wide, soft feet, so they can walk a long time in the hot sand.

Camels water

In winter, when greener food is available, camels might be able to go a long time without water, because they get enough hydration from the green food they're eating. How long depends on how much greenery they're eating, though. When water is easily available, the camel will drink lots of it—up to 30 gallons in a matter of minutes.In winter, when greener food is available, camels might be able to go a long time without water, because they get enough hydration from the green food they're eating. How long depends on how much greenery they're eating, though. When water is easily available, the camel will drink lots of it—up to 30 gallons in a matter of minutes.