Climate. From 32 °F at night and 113 °F at day. Plants. Cactus, shrubs, Cardón, Camel Thorn Tree, Prickly pear, Saguaro. Animals.
Plants. Animals. Climate. Mojave Desert.
The desert biome.
Plants and animals in biomes. Communities A biome is characterized by its plant and animal communities.
Biomes represent different geographical areas of the world with distinct and extreme weather patterns and climates.
The climate includes the amount of rainfall and the average temperature in the region. Obviously, the climate in the desert is much different than the climate in the rainforest. As a result, different types of plants and animals live in each biome.
Describe two desert animals and the adaptations that. help them survive. •
Each region is called a biome. Earth has six main biomes: deserts, grasslands, temperate deciduous forests, rainforests, taiga, and tundras.
Biome (pronounced BY-ohm) is defined by the World Book Encyclopedia as a community of plants and animals that live in a large geographical area having a similar climate. A Desert, again according to the World Book Encyclopedia is generally thought of as a hot, barren region that receives little rainfall.
•Plant & Animals Cards •Fossil Cards •Scissors •World Biome Map •Colored pencils •Blackline master of the Biome Chart •Fossil Key.