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