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The desert process

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The desert process Deserts were once green and fertile areas, until a climate change altered them permanently. Just a small reduction in rainfall causes plants to die off. Without plant roots to bind and nourish the soil, the land gradually becomes barren.

Soon the animals move away, and only desert remains. Very few deserts are completely barren, and plants and animals have evolved to live in the driest conditions, conserving their body water so they do not need to rely on rainfall.

The tropical rainforest is the richest habitat in the world, containing hundreds of thousands of plant species and many animals not found elsewhere. These vulnerable regions are rapidly being cleared for farmland.

Tags: desert, tropical

Category: Education  - ( Education Archive)

Date Added: 12 December '11

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