The temperature in the desert can change drastically from day to night. The daytime temperature averages 38°C while in some deserts it can get down to -4°C at night.
The amount of precipitation is less than 10 inches (25 centimeters) of precipitation a year.
It's important to wear long-legged/long-sleeved clothing to protect yourself from the intense sunlight during the day, but also to keep you warm becaus at night it can get colder.
Activities To Do in the Desert
sit around a campire
Set up a tent and stay the night
The bearded dragon(Pogona) lives in the desert. The "beard" is an adaptation that helps the animal survive, it can scare away predators.
The Mulga snake(Pseudechis australis) is commonly found in Australia, its adaptations are that it can slither through the biome very unnoticed and enter narrow holes of rodents and eat them
Sturt's desert pea (Swainsona formosa) ,the seeds have longer sustainability, also they can grow after several years The seeds have a hard covering which protects them from severe arid conditions until next rainfall.
Cactus(Cactaceae) Spines protect cacti from animals that eat plants and also help to reduce water loss by restricting air flow near the cactus