Plants better adapted to conserve water survive in desert.
There are thousands of animal species that survive in the desert. They have adapted to live in an arid climate with little water.There are thousands of animal species that survive in the desert. They have adapted to live in an arid climate with little water.
Organisms that are not adapted to living in a desert will probably not survive for long and die.
Because they adapted to their surroundings.
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Why? If the plants and animals do not adapt, they do not survive.
These rats can survive because of moisture. They burrow to keep out of the hottest part of the day. They are adapted to survive on a very meagre, low nutrition diet.
Yes, they all do eventually. Some desert animals are better adapted to survive long periods without water.
Yes, there are a few species of ferns that have adapted to living in the desert. See the link below.
Most rhinos do not live in the desert. A few species of rhinos however have adapted to survive in desert-like conditions.
A camel is adapted to survive in the desert due to its humps. The humps are fat and water storage, allowing them to go a long time without food or water. FUN FACT: A rat can survive longer than a camel without water.
because of it long roots, it can get water and survive from that.
Desert foxes have fur that blends in with the sand found in the desert. They have also adapted to only need a small amount of water each day.
No because they have already adapted to coldness, and when their born they automatically adapt to it.
I adapted becaus eit like to make burrows in the sand
it does this by saving all its water it has collected in its storage roots
Desert plants have adapted to the extremes of heat and aridity by using both physical and behavioral mechanisms.
Two organisms in the desert biome that show mutualism are the cactus and the tarantula spider. The Tarantula spider lays eggs inside the cactus and when they hatch, they have both a food source and water, but the cactus will still survive and keep on thriving after the spiders are gone.
A tarantula live in dry places such as the desert
Very few plants thrive in the desert but some , such as cacti and some other succulants have adapted though evolution to survive.
Yes, there are some species of fish that survive in the desert. Most of them are minnows that are adapted to very warm water with high mineral content.
A xerophyte is a species of plant that has adapted to survive in an environment with little water, such as a desert.
Its stem swell to conserve water.
The tarantula effects the desert by keeping down the rodent population