No, jackals live in Africa, not the United States. Coyotes fill
that niche in the Mojave Desert.
Yes, bobcats live in the Mojave Desert.
No, Arabians do not live in the Mojave Desert. They live in the Middle East.
they live in the Mojave Desert.
Around 1,450 animals live in the Mojave Desert.
The desert region. THINK! (the Mojave DESERT) lol
Yes, there is a variety of cacti that live in the Mojave Desert.
Yes, cougars live in the Mojave Desert and in all deserts of the United States and Mexico.
In the desert Mojave desert
In the Sonoran Desert and Mojave Desert.
People who enjoy heat and dry conditions will live in the Mojave desert. This climate is not for everyone however.
Primarily in the Mojave Desert.
what kind of homes did the mojave indians live in
The Mojave is a desert - the Mojave Desert.
An endangered species that live in the desert is the Desert Tortoise. It lives in the Mojave Desert and the Sonoran Desert.
Centruroides sculpturatus, is most common in the Sonoran Desert and parts of the Chihuahuan Desert but are found in the Mojave as well.
The desert horned viper, Cerastes cerastes, is a venomous snake from the deserts of northern Africa and not found in the Mojave Desert. However, rattlesnakes are also vipers and a number of species of rattlesnake live in the Mojave, including Crotalus cerastes, the sidewinder.
Yes, roadrunners live in the Mojave Desert as well as in all deserts in North America and in grasslands and scrub.
The California town of Mojave is in the Mojave Desert.
They lived in the Mojave desert
Desert tortoises live primarily in the Mojave and Sonoran Deserts of the southwestern United States.
I am assuming that you are asking where it lives. I know that at least some of them live in the Mojave desert in California.
The Mojave is a hot, subtropical desert.
The Mojave Desert is the largest desert in California.
If you are referring to the town of Mojave in California, it is located in the Mojave Desert.
No census of the total numbers of reptiles has ever been made in the Mojave Desert as it would be virtually impossible to do so.
The Mojave Desert is in the Mojave Desert.
There is a Mojave Desert but no Gila Desert.
The Mojave is classified as a hot subtropical desert.
The Joshua Tree yucca is primarily from the Mojave Desert, not the Sonoran Desert.
The Cahuilla tribe inhabited parts of the Mojave Desert in Southern California.
The Mojave Desert is in North America.
The Mojave Desert is in southeastern California
Yes, there are scorpions in the Mojave Desert.
Yes, Gila monsters are found i parts of the Chihuhuan Desert, the Sonoran Desert and the Mojave Desert.
Yes the but the Mojave Indians are named after the desert the desert is named after them because that's where they lived
The Sonoran Desert is larger than the Mojave Desert.
Yes, it occasionally rains in the Mojave Desert.
Yes. Jackrabbits live in the desert region of California. They live in these deserts: Mojave, Yuha, Sonoran, Colorado, and Low Desert.
Fennec and Ruepell foxes along with hyenas and Jackals.
The Mojave Desert is a hot subtropical desert.
Mojave Desert - 25,000 square miles. Mojave Desert, USA - about 25,000 square miles.
The desert tortoise, Gopherus agassizii, lives in the Mojave Desert.
There is no 'Nevada Desert.' There is, however, the Mojave Desert that is partly located in Nevada.
No, Los Angeles is not in the Mojave Desert. However, it is but a short drive to the desert.
The entire Mojave Desert is a hot subtropical desert.
Armadillo lizard, Desert tortoise, camel, desert rat are the only animals that live in the desert. cactus, Soaptree Yucca, Mojave Aster are the only plants to live in the desert
There is no abbreviation for the desert per se. The agencies associated with the desert include the Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District (MDAQMD) where the first MD is obviously Mojave Desert. Some people will simply refer to it as 'the Mojave.'
No. Both the Mojave Desert and the town of Mojave are located in California, U.S.A. They are not independent countries.
The Mojave Desert is located in the southwest United States in North America.
Yes, the Mojave is the largest desert in California.