arid

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  • Info A region is arid when it is characterized by a severe lack of available water, to the extent of hindering or preventing the growth and development of plant and animal life. more...
  • The central area of the municipality is part of the semi-arid southern hills.
  • The semi-arid conditions, however, initially made this area difficult to farm.
  • However, they can, on occasion, result in major damage in arid areas.
  • Although it lives in arid lands, it is found around water sources.
  • This group of islands is smaller, lower, and more arid than other islands to the north and west.
  • It provides water, without which the game in this arid region could not survive.
  • The climate is arid, receiving no more than of rain per year.
  • This can be quite a task as hot temperatures and arid conditions may last for months.
  • Other areas in this part of the state are semi-arid, home to a variety of plant and bird species.
  • During the day water availability may limit its range in arid areas.
  • Due to the arid environment, they often go one or two days without finding a source of water and drinking.
  • During the summer, the highest land of the municipality does not retain rain water and becomes arid.
  • A few types of trees are also able to survive the extremely arid climate.
  • The east side of the mountains produce a rain shadow, creating an extremely arid environment.
  • The water loss through their skin varies with temperature and they are able to live in very arid conditions.
  • They are dry and arid and have seen many severe forest fires.
  • They found an arid landscape that supported plants and animals adapted for desert conditions.
  • The plants often bear spines, especially those species growing in arid regions.
  • At this point, the term applied only to arid landscape features.
  • The park lies in an arid region and receives very little rainfall during most of the year.
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