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  • Chaparral A’lexsis Creecy Imani Zeno
  • Description
    • A chaparral is a shrubby coastal area that has hot dry summers and mild, cool, rainy winters.
    • Chaparrals are located in bands between 30 and 40 degrees N and 30 and 40 degrees S of the equator.
  • Plants
    • Blue oak
    • Olive tree
    • Fairy dust tree
    • Coyote bush
    • King protea
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                
  • Herbivore
    • Rabbits
    • California
    • Weasel
    • Zebra swallowtail butterfly
    • Chipmunk
                                                                        
  • Carnivores
    • Foxes
    • Coyote
    • Rattle snake
    • Puma
    • Mountain lion
  • The End
    • A chaparral is a shrubby coastal area that has hot dry summers and mild, cool, rainy winters. Chaparrals consist of regions of tall, dense shrubs with leathery leaves or needles; the shrubs are interspersed with some woodland (scrub oak). The total annual rainfall in a chaparral ranges from 15 to 40 inches per year (38-100 cm). The word chaparral comes from "chaparral," which means scrub oak in Spanish. Chaparrals are also called Mediterranean scrub, scrublands, or scrublands.