The burrowing owl is is a sandy colored bird that lives in the desert. They are able to live here because their sandy coat allows them to blend and they live in holes that other native animals have dug up and forgotten about. They hunt mainly insects and rodents which there are plenty of in the Patagonian Desert.
The desert iguana is not only living but thriving in the desert. These creatures require open areas with a great deal of sand and heat. They can easily blend and stay hidden in this habitat and are capable of being active in intense heats. The iguana also are great rock climbers which allows them to easily hide from predators or simple find shelter..
The guanaco is able to live in the dirt because of how it was created. Their thick eyelashes protect their eyes from the dirt that is blown across the windy desert. They also have padded feet that allow movement along dry areas and rocks.
The Palo Amarillo lives and thrives in the Patagonian Desert. This is because it prefers humidity and high heat. it can also withstand long periods of drought.
The peppertree is native to the Patagonian Desert. it thrives the lowlands because it needs full sun exposer and can withstand drought.
The Mate Negre plant is another native pant to this region. It thrives because it has unusual leaves that can store large amounts of moisture closer to its branches.