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Desert Rabbits

Desert Rabbits - Cottontail and Jack Rabbit
Take a look at the Desert Cottontail, named after its cottony-ball-shaped tail, and the Jack Rabbit, a true hare because, unlike the cottontailed rabbits, they do not build nests. The mother simply chooses a place to her liking and the young are born fully furred, with their eyes wide open.

Gopher

The Gopher
Rat-sized rodents with short, mostly hairless tails, minute eyes and ears, gophers weigh six to eight ounces and range in color from pale gray to russet to black. Their lips close behind their large front teeth, which lets them dig without getting a mouthful of soil. On each side of the mouth is an external, fur-lined storage pouch. Watch one digging on this video!

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Saguaro Cactus

The Saguaro
Saguaros often begin life in the shelter of a "nurse" tree or shrub which provides a shaded, moister habitat. The largest plants are estimated to be 200 years old and can reach heights of 15 to 50 feet.

Desert Food Chain

Desert Food Chain Video available on this subject.
A food chain constitutes a complex network of organisms, from plants to animals, through which energy, derived from the sun, flows in the form of organic matter and dissipates in the form of waste heat

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Prickly Pear Cactus Video available on this subject.
Prickly pear cactus are found in all of the deserts of the American Southwest. Most prickly pears have large spines, actually modified leaves, on their stems and vary in height from less than a foot to 6 or 7 feet.

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