Blister beetle

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Desert
By
Nathan S.
Desirea
Mary
Tyzick
Where deserts are
The world's largest desert is
actually the continent of
Antarctica it is the world's
driest place. It receives
less than two inches of
precipitation annually.
Antarctica is 5.5 million
square miles in area.
Desert Habitat
and map
Description of Deserts
Deserts have highly
varied landscapes
Sand covers 10 to 20
percent of most
deserts
Scientists do not agree
on a single definition
for deserts
Desert Climates
Most deserts
near the north
and south
poles are so
cold that
moisture
freezes
Average temperature of deserts
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
Summer
Winter
Fall
Spring
Jumping cholla
Jumping cholla- Its
thorny branches break
off easily and cling to
people and animals
that walk by. The
spines may cause
painful wounds
Mesquite
A group of thorny low
shrubs that grow in
dry climates
It needs little water
and its long roots
burrow deeply to
obtain moisture
Palo verde
A thorny tree that
grows in dry
regions
It grows from 15 to
30 feet
Desert marigold
Yellow plants
considered herbs
Native to North
America
Grows to ½ to 1 ½ feet
tall
Blister beetles
Blister beetles are
insects
Their size may vary
from 3/8 of an inch to
1 inch
Blister beetles are
gray,black and yellow
Blister beetles are
omnivors
Blister beetles survive
almost anywhere
Shrimp
The shrimp have
2 fellers on its
head.
It has 5 very
delicate legs.
Some shrimp can
grow up to 9
inches long.
Shrimp
The shrimp’s diet is
based on a critter called
plankton.
The shrimp is an
omnivore.
Shrimp
The shrimps life is very
difficult it lives in water like
ponds,rivers,and much much
more!!!
The shrimp lives in
Texas,Louisiana,
Florida,Mississippi and in the
Desert.
Vulture
Vultures live in
the desert and
some of them
live in Florida
and other states
. Vultures are 66
to 81 centimeters
long and 26 to
32 inches long .
. The vulture can
cool it self down
in the desert
Vulture
A vultures food is dead animals
like mice , and rabbits it is
actually called a carrion.
Turkey vultures look like a
turkey.A turkey vulture is also
a predator .
Bobcats
The bobcat got its name
for its short tail
The bobcat can live in
swamps deserts forest and
mountains
It is a mammal
It eats rabbits birds
rodents
They can survive in hot
areas
bobcat
They make their homes in dense
and fallen
Bobcats can live to be 25
Bobcats like to live in woods or
grassy areas
They usually live alone a territory
that is from 5-50 miles long
Adult bobcats are 30 to 45 in long
Bobcats fur is red orange with
black spots.
Red salamander
It is red with dots all
over it. It is 2-5 inches
long .
It eats bugs like
spiders, beetles ,
cockroaches, flies and
more.
Red salamander
It likes the sun. It
survives the heat.
The Red salamander
lives in the eastern
united states.
Rattle snake
A rattle snake are a
reptile because it lays
eggs.
There are many types of
rattle snakes such as
Ridge nosed rattle
snake , and side winder ,
and the northern pacific
rattle snake.
Rattle snake
A rattle snakes are
predators. They are
omnivore they eat
rodents and lizards.
Rattle snakes can
detect odours with
there tongue .
Rattle snakes live in
dry areas.
Rattle snake
rattle snakes live in the south western
united states and northern Mexico .
Rattle snakes tails are made of dried skin
that is why they make the cool noise.
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