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Ecology

Nature

Nature is the physical world and everything in it; plants, animals, mountains, deserts, rivers, etc., things that are not made by man. The natural forces control the environment because of nature and not causes by man. Nature is also the way a person or animal behaves; its character or personality. Onlooking Joshua trees, Hesperia, Ca.

Water

Deserts are arid regions, generally receiving less than 25 centimeters (10 inches) of precipitation a year.

Environment & Ecology

The Mojave Desert's dry desert conditions are mostly due to the fact that we receive very little rainfall.

Wildlife

The vegetation, desert crust, and occasionally pooled water are a few of the features that characterize this arid region.

Plants

Plants and animals adapt to the harsh desert life by keeping cool, conserving water, avoiding activity under the sun, or just waiting it out.

People that live in the desert must also deal with the issues in this environment with very little water.

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