CHAPARRAL CHAPARRAL<P>CLIMATE<P>PLANTS<P>LOCATION<P> Two National Parks to help protect the important chaparral habitat<P>The chaparral biome is found in small sections of most continents, including the west coast of the United States, the west coast of South America, the Cape Town area of South Africa, the western tip of Australia and the coastal areas of the Mediterranean.<P>Animal - Horned Toad<P>The chaparral is characterized as being very hot and dry. The winter is very mild and is usually about 50°F (10°C). Most of the rain in this biome comes in the winter. The summer is hot and dry at up to 100°F (37.5°C). This makes fires and droughts very common.
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