Triorama By Lincoln

First will do animals in the Sarah desert

One: pangolin they are a very endangered species because people cut there scales and wear them this is what they look like

Most pangolins are nocturnal animals that use their well-developed sense of smell to find insects. The long-tailed pangolin is also active by day, while other species of pangolins spend most of the daytime sleeping, curled up into a ball.

Second: saw scaled snake

They have a characteristic whey of saying danger when rubbing sections of its boggy to make a sizzling sound this is what they look like.

Now plants.

Cactus

did you know that cactuses store Water in them

Lastly

tumbleweed

did you know when tumbleweed crosses the path it picks tiny micro specs of water to survive this is what it looks like

Credits:

Created with images by Moyan_Brenn - "Desert" • Michael Hodge - "Northern Copperhead" • Dave Lonsdale - "Giant cactus" • holisticmonkey - "untitled"

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