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How the plants get sufficiaton water in desert how the camel can survie without water for many das

How the plants get sufficiaton water in desert how the camel can survie without water for many das
 
 

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Idhant Sood
18 Points
one month ago
It is extremely easy, think about it, why are cactus is one of the only plants that can stay in the dessert easily, it is because they store the water, they absorb it, they conserve it. Same with camels, they store fats in their humps and reduce the loss of too much water. Other animals and plants because they don’t have features like storing enough fat to keep them going for day or even weeks in winters. That is the reason, it all about the features that a plant or animals has. To get a better idea, a polar bear as furr around it to keep it warm and that is a feature that helps him to adapt to the cold climate, if we bring it in dessert, it would die because now that feature is not useful, so it is all about having the correct feature in the animal or plant to adapt to the climate.
Sailikith Nallabirudu
46 Points
25 days ago
Camels rarely sweat, even in desert temperatures that reach 120°F, so when they do take in fluids they can conserve them for long periods of time. In winter, even desert plants may hold enough moisture to allow a camel to live without water for several weeks.And when it does rain, desert plants use their shallow root systems to absorb as much water as possible. ... A plant in a dry environment has roots in the shallow soil to capture water from rain. The plant in a moist environment has roots that grow deep into the soil profile to reach ground water
Sailikith Nallabirudu
46 Points
25 days ago
Arabian camels, also known as dromedaries, have only one hump, but they employ it to great effect. The hump stores up to 80 pounds of fat, which a camel can break down into water and energy when sustenance is not available. These humps give camels their legendary ability to travel up to ‘100’ desert miles without water

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