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The desert is a biome or as a life zone for example another biome would be tundra The desert in western United States in caused by the coastal ranges and the gigantic Sierras in California These mountains cause the clouds to rain and by the time they reach the other side there is little or no moisture left in them That is why deserts are so cold The desert is a very amazing place In a place that most people would believe to inhospitable life blossoms Each animal and plant has adapted to survive in the hot desert For example The roadrunner which is in the cuckoo family is a consumer of the desert it runs instead of flying it is an omnivore with reptiles and insects forming much of its diet The Saguaro cactus a producer is the king of cactuses It can reach a height of about 40 feet It is home to many animals from an owl to bobcats perch while in danger These cactus are build for the desert because of their tough skin and their advanced system for storing water A desert tortoise a consumer eats plants and converts them to water and food This is a good feature for a desert living creature The tortoise during mating season fights with another male The first to go upside down loses and could even die if he does not turn right side up The bullies of the desert are the pigs or to be exact the peccary and javelin These pigs have a mean attitude and a ruthless set of teeth They will practically eat anything Even insects and spiders live in the desert The tarantula that lives in the desert lives in a hole on the ground an food that comes by it attacks and kills it with its venomous bite The millipedes from your backyard live in the desert too These insects have over 1000 legs and
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