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Sahara desert ecosystem

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BC: By: Gabriel Garcia

FC: Sahara's ecosystems

1: The Sahara is located in north Africa. Is the world's largest hot desert. Is 3.3 million square miles. Is 25% of Africa. The animals there survive by going out at night. There is little rain and a lot of gold to be found.

2: people in the Sahara alway are moving to find better living. Is hard for them when is so hot and no water and food to eat. That why they have camels, they don't have to eat that often. Some people go out to find water.

3: when is raining, is the best, people can farm for food for a while and get food for their trip for when they have to move again. they also feed their animals.

4: the plants and animals drink from the rivers after a rain happens. like that they can stay alive. that also helps the people to find water when they have non of it.

5: the animals also dig holes or have their nest under ground because is much cooler that above where is sunny, then they come out in the rain when is cooler.

6: biotic A biotic is a living thing just like the fox,plants, and the camel. A biotic can also be a thing that was alive or came from a living thing.

7: abiotic are things that never was alive. like the sun, sand, and rocks that are in the Sahara desert where never alive.

8: the snakes feed on some others lizards or little snakes. that why this little lizards don't come out in the day that much.

9: the ants live under ground, if they come out in the night, this fox can hear it. this fox is the bat hear fox and can hear pretty good on night. if the fox gets bitten by this ants, the fox is also in danger. that how the ants protect them self.

10: there is a big population of camels in the Sahara desert. they are the most useful animals in all the hot desert in the world. they are useful for that they can go 17 days with no eating and no water.

11: the scorpion is a big population on the Sahara desert. they protect them self with there pisonos tail. they live under ground and come out in night. they also live alone, only the family, then they go alone.

12: the fox go to the domain "animals". they are multicellular, are eukaryotic, are heterotrophic, and they reproduce. | the cactus go to the domain "plants". they are also multicellular, are eukarotic, are heterotrophic, and they reproduce.

13: this is a fungi that lives in the Sahara desert. they go to the domain call "fungi" which are mushroom, mold, fungi, and other stuff that grow out of dead organisms. they are both eukarotic and prokaryotic, both unicellular and multicellular, they are heterotrophic, and can reproduce.

15: this little tree grow in the Sahara desert. like all plant it needs water, air, and sun light. this tree is a eukaryotic (have a nucleus in the cell), are multicellular (have a lot of different type of cells), are autotrophic (can make their own food), and can reproduce ( have babes).

16: this snakes eat all type of other snakes, lizards, and reptile. this snakes is very poison. be careful around this snakes.

17: this lizards also have very good defenses. some lizards run very fast, some have spikes all over it's body, and other scare away animals.

18: to summary all this, all living and non-living (abiotic and biotic factors) help each others for food and water, shelter, and other needs. this living things can be unicellular or multicellular, autotrophic or heterophic, prokaryotic or eukaryotic. the 6 kingdoms are animals, plant, fungi, eubacteria, archeabacteria, and protista. each thing help each other to survive and live.

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