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Desert Lands Test P2

4th grade Desert Lands Test Prep Part 2

Desert located in Asia Gobi Desert
A member of a tribe that moves from place to place to find food or pasture for its animals. nomad
A place in the desert where water is found. oasis
Desert located on North America Great Basin Desert
A desert covered in sand, cooled lava, salt lakes Atacama Desert
The amount of food desert animals need Not much
Length of time desert animals can go without water Without water for days
The size of most desert animals. Small
desert people who eat what they can kill or find Hunters / Gatherers
Desert in Asia; A rich place because it has oil Arabian Desert
The half of the earth south of the equator Southern Hemisphere
The half of the earth north of the equator Northern Hemisphere
City where nomads traded salt for gold Timbuktu
A way of behaving or living that is taught to children by their parents for many generations traditional
An imaginary line north of the equator that marks the northern boundary of the tropical zone. Tropic of Cancer
An imaginary line south of the equator that marks the southern boundary of the tropical zone. Tropic of Capricorn
The largest desert in the world; located in Africa Sahara Desert
Created by: bphelan