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    Desert animal Desert animal Presentation Transcript

    • Chipmunk Chipmunks are small, striped rodents of the squirrel family. They live in underground tunnels and hibernate in the winter.
    • Camels in the Desert Bactrian Camel Camels can live without water for several days. They are the only large mammals that can survive in the desert for long periods of time.
    • DromeDary Camel
    • mongoose  Mongooses are small, meat-eating mammal found in Africa and Asia. They love to eat rats and snakes, even some of the most poisonous snakes in the world. Shown here is the lesser Indian mongoose
    • Pythons  Pythons are large snakes that live in Asia, Africa, and Australia. They kill their prey by wrapping themselves around it and squeezing it to death. Pythons can reach up to 19 feet (6 meters).
    • golden eagle  The golden eagle lives in northern North America, Europe, Asia, and North Africa. This bird takes its name from the gold color found on the back of its head and neck..
    • gerbil  The gerbil is a small, burrowing rodent found in the dry, sandy areas and grasslands of western Asia and Africa. The Mongolian gerbil, shown here, is a popular pet in the United States..
    • Rattlesnake  Snakes are reptiles that don’t have any legs. Some snakes are poisonous and some are not. This rattlesnake is one of the poisonous ones, and its rattling sound means, “Watch out!”
    • vole  The vole relies on cryptic coloration, or camouflage, as protection from predation. Since the vole forages on the forest floor, its brownish body color closely matches the color of dead leaves and twigs. The vole also uses its keen senses to detect the approach of predators.
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