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  • 1. DESERT HABITATS Sierra Harris Corey Irving
  • 2.
    • Some deserts get both very hot (during the day) and very cold (during the night), when temperatures can drop below freezing.
    Desert Habitats HOT COLD
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    • The desert is a harsh enviroment with very little rainfall and extreme temperatures.
    Desert Habitats HARSH
  • 4.
    • Animals that live in the desert have adaptations to cope with the lack of water, the extreme temperatures, and the shortage of foods.
    Desert Habitats
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    • The biggest desert is northern Africa’s Sahara desert; it covers roughly 3.5 million square miles.
    Desert Habitats
  • 6.
    • The driest desert are the Atacama desert of northern Chili, Iran; these extreme deserts get less than half an inch (about one centimeter) of precipitation each yr.
    Desert Habitats
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    • Most cacti do come from warm weather/low rainfall areas of the world although there are exceptions. 
    Desert Habitats