Sahara Desert Ecology Prjct

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Published on October 8, 2009

Author: Butcherlucas

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Lucas and Everardo's Slideshow about the Sahara Desert

The Sahara Desert By Lucas Butcher and Everardo Martinez

Abiotic Factors Temperature 29 C to -26 C Precipitation 26% - 18%

Temperature 29 C to -26 C

Precipitation 26% - 18%

Food Chain Small insects like

Small insects like

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