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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 DESERT BIOMES DESERT BIOMES . Kangaroo rats inhabit the western region of North America. Their strong hind legs aregreat use for digging burrows. The length of kangaroo rats ranges from 9-16 inches. Seeds of plants form the main diet of these rats. Kangaroo rats obtain moisture from the food they consume. Hyenas are mainly found in sub-Saharan deserts, bush lands and Savannahs. These animals are characterized by a bear-like gait and their front legs are longer than the hind ones. Hyenas resort to scavenging and hunting for obtaining food. Generally, hyenas hunt in packs. Small to medium-sized ungulates form their main diet. The Egyptian vulture is 85 cm long and it has a wingspan of 1.7 m. This vulture is found in northern Africa, southern Europe, Middle East and Asia. It mainly feeds on carcasses of dead animals; the Egyptian vulture also preys on small mammals. This vulture can travel a distance of 70 km in search of food. The Egyptian vulture is also referred to as Pharaoh's Chicken. The Thorny Devil, as this Australian lizard is called, is a fascinating species of their kind, where they direct raindrops into their mouths during rainfall. Animals tend to adapt themselves to their surroundings, and the Thorny Devil has its own one-of-a-kind way of surviving the arid desert. This frog, unlike its many relatives, develops a cocoon for storing water, where it nestles underground for most parts of the year.The water lasts long enough for it to sustain itself during the dry months of the year, where the rainy season allows them to leave their hiding place and lay eggs in puddles formed by the rain. The eggs then hatch within these puddles, soon enough before the water dries up.
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