Do coyotes live in the Sahara desert?
No, coyotes are found only in the Americas.
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The people that live there are nomads. Nomads are people that moveplace to place looking for food, water, and land for his/her stockof animals. The ancient Egyptians held the scarab beetle in reverence because the insect's newborn seemed to appear spontaneously, as if by magic. (In fact, newborn hat…ched from a ball of animal dung, where the female beetle had laid her eggs.) ( Full Answer )
A variety of animal species live in the Sahara Desert, where in itsdry interior, or along the edges. There are some 70 species ofmammals and at least 90 species of birds, while another 300 speciesof migratory birds are found in the Sahara. There are also numerousreptiles, amphibians and a range of i…nvertebrates: . Anubis baboon . Barbary sheep . Barn owl . Blue-cheeked Bee Eater . Brown-necked and fan-tailed ravens . Cape hare . Common jackal . Dama deer . Desert eagle . Desert hedgehog . Dorcas gazelle . Desert lark . Desert sparrow . Desert wheatear (bird) . Dromedary (single-humped camel) . Gerbil . Guinea fowl . Jerboa . Libyan striped weasel . Little grebe . Little owl . Lizards, e.g. skink, chameleon . Nubian bustards . Oryx . Ostrich . Pale crag martin . Raptor . Rattlesnake . Sahara frog . Sand fox . Sand lark . Scorpion . Secretary bird . Slender mongoose . Snake, e.g. cobra, viper . Spotted hyena . Spotted sandgrouse . White-crowned black wheatear (bird) . Yellow wagtail Animal species, including mammals, birds, reptiles and some of the invertebrates which live in the Sahara Desert include: . Anubis baboon . Barbary sheep . Barn owl . Brown-necked and fan-tailed ravens . Cape hare . Common jackal . Dama deer . Desert eagle . Desert hedgehog . Dorcas gazelle . Dromedary (single-humped camel) . Gerbil . Guinea fowl . Jerboa . Libyan striped weasel . Lizards, e.g. skink, chameleon . Nubian bustards . Oryx . Ostrich . Pale crag martin . Raptor . Rattlesnake . Sand fox . Sand lark . Scorpion . Secretary bird . Slender mongoose . Snake, e.g. cobra, viper . Spotted hyena Animal species, including mammals, birds, reptiles and some of the invertebrates which live in the Sahara Desert include: . Anubis baboon . Barbary sheep . Barn owl . Brown-necked and fan-tailed ravens . Cape hare . Common jackal . Dama deer . Desert eagle . Desert hedgehog . Dorcas gazelle . Dromedary (single-humped camel) . Gerbil . Guinea fowl . Jerboa . Libyan striped weasel . Lizards, e.g. skink, chameleon . Nubian bustards . Oryx . Ostrich . Pale crag martin . Raptor . Rattlesnake . Sand fox . Sand lark . Scorpion . Secretary bird . Slender mongoose . Snake, e.g. cobra, viper . Spotted hyena ( Full Answer )
I guess they did drink alots of water People lived on the edge of the desert thousands of years ago . since the last ice age. The Sahara was then a much wetter place than it is today. Over 30,000 petroglyphs of river animals such as crocodiles survive, with half found in the Tassili n'Ajjer in sou…theast Algeria. Fossils of dinosaurs, including Afrovenator , Jobaria and Ouranosaurus , have also been found here. People live in banks of oasis. however mammals, scopions ,shurbs,grasses etc sreves them as food . ( Full Answer )
Trees that live in the Sahara Desert include palm trees anddifferent types of gourds. There are also various types of grassesand cacti found in the Sahara.
The Taureg , the Berber people , and the Beja populate theSahara. Millions of people live in cities and towns located in theSahara.
Yes, cheetahs do live in the Sahara Desert. Originally cheetah were found all over Africa and Asia as well as parts of Europe, and even America. They went through a bottle neck in earths recent history, getting down to a very low number (some suggest just a pregnant mother). The cheetahs of the… Sahara desert, are part of the north African population of no more than 250 cats. There was a picture of one on the BBC website recently, that had been caught in a camera trap ( Full Answer )
annabel well, there alot of amphibians that live in the desert theres lizards frogs ok so its not that much
There are less than two million people who live in the SaharaDesert. They are mainly Berbers or Arabs. Most of them live nearwater sources or move about very frequently to be near one.
Estimates on the population of the Sahara Desert vary from between 2.5 million to 4 million people. Thousands of people live in the sahara but most are very poor and have diseases. they do not get much water or mendicine so they die
Most of those who live in countries covered by the Sahara Desertlive in North Africa along or near the Mediterranean coastline Most people in the Sahara desert live near the Nile River because it is one of the only reliable water sources.
Yes. The avian species in the Sahara desert include raptors like hawks and falcons. There are also secretary birds, guinea fowl, ostriches and desert eagles.
Because there are a lot of people who dont have anywhere else to live..... Because they are nomads...which means they wonder around from place to place, its their life style
The Fennec fox is one. DIET: lizards,birds,bird eggs,rodents and berries HABITAT:They make their homes in burrows underground and sleep during the day. It is the smallest member of the Canidae family. Dogs,wolves,coyotes and foxes are also part of the Canidae family. The Fennec fox is about 15… inches long (not including its tail) and weighs 3 to 3.5 pounds. Other mammals of the desert are the screwhorn antelope, the jerboa (a rodent), hyenas, and jackals. None of these actually live in the sand dunes, which only cover a small part of the rocky landscape. ( Full Answer )
it's never possible. the heat from the sand is far too hot for any animal that walks, with it's belly.. to last 8 hours in the Sahara.it's one of the hots spot in tropical Africa
Yes, coyotes live in the deserts and almost any other area of NorthAmerica, including in towns and cities. Yes they do, they also live in forest's , and some mountain's.
Over 90 species of reptiles live in the Sahara desert. Manylizards, snakes and turtles. I have specifically seen the EgyptianCobra and the Silver Krait ( a small but deadly snake more commonto India )
No as there is nothing for them to survive on, although elephant used to live to the south in the area called the Sahel
Coyotes live in a variety of habitats including deserts, forestsand grasslands. They are even found inside some major cities. Theyare an extremely adaptable animal.
The Fennec Fox, but it has also been known to reside in Saudia Arabia. The Fennec Fox, but it has also been known to reside in Saudia Arabia
No. Kangaroos are only found in their native state in Australia. The Sahara is in Africa. Secondly, kangaroos do not live in the sandy desert, even in Australia, as there is insufficient food for them there.
Nobody lives in the sahel desert because the climate is to hot and there is NO FOOD AND DRINK at all..
yes i think so because the where humalayas that kept moving from place to place
Yes, frogs are found almost everywhere between the Arctic and Antarctic Circles (with a few species beyond) except at the very high (over 3 miles) altitudes.
Many. Countless, actually (a few mammals, like hyraxes and camels, and countless terrestrial arthropods and reptiles).
yes people live in the Sahara desert because it goes through alot of countries :D
People have to live by a water source or they need to bring their own water so it can last them. They can pitch a tent outside and bring there own food but they have to live by a reliable water source or they cant live anywhere else! ;)
Many animals only come out at night to avoid the heat of the day. Some conserve water, and get most of their moisture from food. Many animals will dig burrows or steal burrows from others to shelter out of the sun. There is some shade provided by low bushes and animals gather there. Sand vipers s…it just under the sand until prey comes by. Sandfish lizards can actually "swim" through the sand. ( Full Answer )
Yes they can In Fact Jackals, rabbits wild birds camels goats sheep they all ca adapt to the heat.
No, cacti are natives to the Americas only. If any are found in theSahara they were planted there and not natural.
The advantages to livng in the sahara desert? It's quiet and serene. You can say that you live in a place where great civilizations used to live in. There aren't as many crimes in the desert. I'm guessing that people would be more healthy or fit because main food is fruit and nuts, and people in the… desert eat five small meals instead of three big meals. Another advantage is camels. You can ride camels. ( Full Answer )
From what i have learned, the people in the Sahara desert are nomads moving from place to place in search of water and ON THE SAHARA DESERT........READ A HISTORY BOOK AND STOP BEING LAZY! LEARN IT LIKE THE REST OF US DID.BY READING A BOOK ON HISTORY
Brown hyenas live in the desert It's very rare you'd see a hyena in the desert though.
There is only one species of coyote and it has adapted to live in avariety of biomes, including the desert.
There is no 'desert coyote.' There is but one species and it can befound in a variety of habitats, from deserts to grasslands andforests. They are even found in urban areas. A number of years agowe were camped at Furnace Creek in Death Valley and a coyote walkedright into the middle of our camp and …stood there watching us fromjust a few feet away. ( Full Answer )
Yes, there is, it is called ALGAE SHRIMP and it can survive to the hotness of the water in the desert.
Coyotes live in all North American deserts as well as in almostevery biome on the continent. They have also adapted to living inurban areas.
Its impacts the people their by.they need to think of different ways to get water and get food or how to grow crops but crops can grow their so they either have to adapt,leave,or die.
No, Rhinos need savanna grass to eat and the Sahara desert does not have enough for them. However before the Sahara region became a desert (10's of thousands of years ago), there is evidence that Rhinos were indigenous to the area.
Yes, coyotes live in the desert. I have seen them even at a campground in Furnace Creek, Death Valley.
Carnivous animals of the Sahara Desert include the spotted hyena, desert fox, common jackal and Libyan striped weasel. Carnivorous birds include the desert eagle and the Nubian buzzard. However, this writer saw a female cheetah and her cub in the Atlas Mountains, so the cheetah must also inhabit the… Sahara Desert. Smaller carnivores like desert fox and the striped weasel mostly feed on small animals like the guinea fowl, the gerboa and the Cape hare, while larger carnivores like the spotted hyena and the common jackal feed on the barbary sheep, dama deer and dorcas gazelle. ( Full Answer )
Coyotes are found in all deserts of North America, including in theMojave. They are quite adaptable and live in almost every biome,including in urban areas. I have camped in Death Valley of the Mojave Desert and a coyote marched right into our camp, stopped for a minute or two to look us over, and …then marched right off into the desert again. ( Full Answer )
Roadrunners do live it deserts, but what I found was that they live in southern states of The US, and South America. They could live in the Sahara, but probably not.
No, coyotes can be found in almost any habitat, includingurbanareas. They are most common in grasslands and deserts.
Gopherus agassizii, the desert tortoise,does not live in the Sahara. It is a native primarily of theSonoran and Mojave Deserts of North America. The African spurred tortoise ( Centrochelys sulcata )does live in the Sahara, however.
Yes, there are people living in the Sahara desert. In fact, since the Sahara almost completely covers several countries, there are several million people living in the Sahara.
Coyotes live in nearly every biome, including deserts, as they arequite adaptable. They are even found in urban environments.
There are a some who do, but only where they can hunt for food. Surpisingly, many coyotes these days live in towns and cities. There used to be a coyote living in Yankee Stadium in New York.
Cacti are native only to the Americas. Any cacti that might befound in the Sahara are transplants, probably prickly pear, thatcan quickly become a pesky invasive weed.
No, coyotes are found in a variety of biomes, not just the desert.The are also found in some urban areas.
No, Armadillos do not live in the Sahara desert.They do live in tropical and subtropical regions. mostly south america