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The desert holds a place in the world as one of the most grueling terrains in existence. Although it can be a very void place, the desert has no shortage of plants and animals---they are simply better adapted to the environment. Animals and plants range... More »
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Desert Animals - DesertUSA

www.desertusa.com/animals.html

Below is a list of animals that live in the desert with links to additional information on each animal. ... Classification: How desert plants and animals are classified.

Desert | Desert Plants and Animals | Defenders of Wildlife

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Most desert species have found remarkable ways to survive by evading drought. Desert succulents, such as cacti or rock plants (Lithops) for example, survive ...

Desert Plants & Animals - Utah Habitats, Plants and Animals

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Utah Virtual Field trip--An in depth look at Utah's biomes, plants, and animals.

What animals and plants live in the desert? | Reference.com

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Depending on the location of the desert, animals and plants native to deserts are camels, peccaries, bats, coyotes, lizards, snakes, woodpeckers, scorpions, ...

List of Desert Animals

www.skyenimals.com/browse_habitat.cgi?habitat=desert

Semidesert habitats have enough rainfall to support more plant and animal life. Deserts (especially true deserts) are not easy places for animals to live. Animals  ...

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Nov 8, 2012 ... this video is for people who want to learn a little about the Desert with some funny pictures at the end.

Desert

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Plant life in the desert is scarce, but there are more plants living ... The Desert plants are of great importance to the animals of the desert.

Desert Animals - Classroom of the Future

www.cotf.edu/ete/modules/msese/earthsysflr/desertA.html

... in the shadow (shade) of plants or rocks, thus avoiding the direct rays of the Sun. ... Another behavioral adaptation used by desert animals is to remain inactive ...