Primary Succession in Desert
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Primary succession is an area where there is no life and contains no soil. This requires a pioneer species to come and lay ground work in the soil so plants can start to grow.
This requires a pioneer species to come and lay ground work in the soil so plants can start to grow.
Primary succession in a desert can happen if for example a volcano eruption happens and wipes out everything.
There would have to be a pioneer species that grows and creates life. In this case it would be a plant.
This plant would then spread throughout the desert which can take a while. When it's done the ground would be covered.
The plant would then spread throughout the desert. This will take a long time for it to happen.
Once the desert is covered animals will be able to come back and live in the desert. One of the first species could be a hare because it adapts easily to the enviorment.
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