Why would scorpions and lizards most likely live in a desert?
because they are both coldblooded animals and the desert is hot
The answer would be 1: snakes and rodents, lizards (predators) and kangaroo rats (prey). 2: Scorpions and Tarantulas (predators) Insects (prey).
Yes scorpions do live in the desert if you were planing on going there and spending the night I would check my shoes every morning if I were you. Great question! yes, i am pretty sure they do.
rattle snakes,scopions,and lizards
Lizards in deserts eat insects, and are in turn eaten by snakes, birds and other animals in this subtly diverse biome. Removal of lizards would allow insect populations to increase, and those creatures that prey on lizards would not fare as well. The system of life there would be out of balance, and a new equilibrium would appear. This new profile of desert fauna may or may not be "better" for the desert biome, but… Read More
Desert types, scorpions, tarantulas, gila monsters, rattlers. You have to be carefull. I lived there and we would find scorpions on our porch all the time.
Scorpions that inhabit deserts are often nocturnal. So no. Unless you have a UV light, their exoskeletons become iridescent under ultra violet light.
Yes because the scorpions have claws and a stinger so usually the stinger if used they would most likely win
What would happen the population of rock dwelling lizards if all the rocks are removed from a desert ecosystem and turn in the animals which eat them?
the lizards sadly would die and maybe snakes or other reptiles would eat them
In Arizona you would see a desert
if there predator grabs there tail most lizards would let there tail fall of Improved: they are cold blooded to maintain there temprature in the scorching conditions
It is very unlikely that a scorpion would eat an owl. It is more likely that the reverse would be true.
a desert Arizona is mostly deserts You would see a desert.
Most insects eat plants or debris from plants. Some feed on fecal matter left by animals. Some feed on other insects. Some feed on carrion.
Lizards such as goannas are the most likely predators of platypus eggs.
Snakes, larger lizards, hawks, and other large birds eat lizards. Some large spiders have even been seen eating lizards. Any predator would eat a lizard if the predator can catch one!
In the syrian desert.
the sahara desert
If people live in the desert they would probably eat snakes, lizards, or whatever they can catch. It may seem weird but out there it's either you or it and I'm sure you don't want to die in the desert.
Scorpions would be found in hot deserts.
Primary consumers in the desert would include insects, most rodents, some lizards, some birds as well as some larger mammals that feed on plants.
A desert animal will likely be very cautious of other larger animals. They will be foragers for food and water in the dry desert conditions as well.
A town near a desert would probably have water, food, lodging and gasoline available.
Since they are a desert-dwelling species, their prey will consist of other reptiles such as lizards, and small mammals.
No, you would most likely find a haboob in the Sahara Desert
None really, scorpions on the whole tend to prey upon invertebrates and small vertebrates such as rodents, frogs or lizards . While there may be the rare case, it seems unlikely that any scorpion would have birds as their main prey as birds are mainly in the air and the scorpions are on the ground. If anything its the scorpions which should be watching out for the birds. Maybe your thinking of the Goliath bird… Read More
A group of scorpions would be a cyclone.
The closest mine to the respawn point that you can get mith would be north of Al'Kharid. But watch out for giant desert scorpions.
one place fungi would not likely thrive would be in the desert because fungi only lives in wet places
there wouldn't be any scorpions
The pesticides used to kill scorpions are probably harmful to anyone. Since a small child with leukemia likely has a suppressed immune system, they would be particularly harmful.
one place place would most likely be in the desert because fungi only lives in wet places.
Many life forms that are built to adapt to the harsh dry climates of the desert such as...... -cactus -camels -coyotes -lizards -snakes -armadillos -ferns those are just a few, but there are much more
Arizona, of course.
Yes, Utah is nearly covered by deserts, including parts of the Great Basin Desert, the Colorado Plateau Desert and the Mojave Desert.
Major desert regions are found in these states:California Nevada Utah Arizona New Mexico Texas Colorado
It is surrounded by desert, which would most likely mean dry.
I would say most likely on Desert Isle. ClassyRibonFoal Cremello**
Some lizards are the Roundtail Horned Lizard , Flattail Horned Lizard, Regal, Texas Horned Lizard and Shorthorned Lizard.
Well I'm no expert on the subject, but I would say that the closest desert to Dallas is most likely in El Paso and surrounding areas. AKA - the Chihuahuan Desert.
Scorpions like more hot weather. Usually, a scorpion will burrow, so a desert terain would be more likey. Hope this helped, Teek
It would most likely to be found in the desert like every other most likely. I hope I helped.
amphibians and fish :)
a large root system,close to the surface
Would you most likely to see a rainforest a cape a desert or an icecap if you were visiting Arizona?
You would see deserts in much of the state. Arizona has no capes, no icecaps.
DrThakkar was studying a fossil from a dig in a desert when he noticed that the organism had evidence of fins what would this most likely tell Dr Thakkar?
The desert was once covered by water.
a cape, because not many people would want to go to the desert or an ice cap. Plus ice caps are melting thanks to global warming.....
Camels, feral horses, sheep, deer, pronghorns, scorpions, bees, bats, bobcats, mountain lions, foxes (desert foxes), hawks, cactus wrens, eagles, and even fish (Pupfish in Death Valley, USA) live in desert regions. Mammals, insects, and fishes would cover the topic...