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Aylén- Agustina pp tropical desert. EDLC 3rd. year

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  • 1. Hottest and driest place in the world Few people, animals and plant can survive this climate.
  • 2. During the day the heat is intense The temperature can reach over 52°C At night it is freezing Short , violents storms
  • 3. Water is in porous rocks underground Plants grow near there Animals and people go there to drink water
  • 4. Only 25% of the world’s deserts are sandy Bare rock or stone Some even have dramactic mountains Dunes Sandstorms
  • 5. The world’s desert are increasing in size Desertification The soil is easly washed or blown away and the water cycle is distruped.
  • 6. The animals and plants are adapted Plants: • store water in their stems • Access water deep in the ground • Reduce the water loss • Animals: • Dry droppings: the solid waste that passes out of the bodies of animals or birds.

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