Deserts have hardly any rain and animals and plants have a hard time adapting to this extreme, harsh environment.
The only characteristic that fits all deserts is low precipitation. A desert is defined as a region that receives less than 10 inches of precipitation per year on average.
The desert is defined as a region that receives less than 10 inches (250 mm) of annual precipitation annually on average. That is the main characteristic that all deserts share.
The savanna is not a desert. It is a grassland.
Desert is the biome for a desert.
There is a desert biome in central Australia.
The desert is a biome.
THE DESERT BIOME IS THE BIGEST BIOME IN THE WORLD
There is 6 main or common biomes of humans. The are: freshwater, marine desert, forest, grassland, and tundra. Another biome is rainforest.
i think desert or tundra area =\ not quite sure but good guess
The Namib Desert is a cold desert or cool coastal desert, depending on the classification system.
Most of Antarctica is a desert, although the Antarctic Peninsula does have some characteristics of a polar tundra.