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Biology Graphs: Climate Graphs

Typically we look at a desert and think of very little water. Because deserts have very little vegetation, desert soils lose heat quickly at night. In a desert you may bake during the day and shiver at night. Desert plants and animals must be adapted for lack of water, hot days, and sometimes cold nights.

General Questions


What is the hottest temperature in a tropical desert?
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How does that temperature compare to your normal body temperature?
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What is the average rainfall in the temperate desert?
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What is the mean monthly precipitation in the rainiest month in a temperate desert?
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