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1. Cacti have adapted to the desert by storing water in their thick, fleshy stems and leaves. Example: Saguaro cactus.
2. Succulent plants have thick, water-retaining leaves to conserve moisture. Example: Aloe vera.
3. Desert plants often have shallow but widespread root systems to capture as much water as possible when it rains. Example: Joshua tree.
1. Some desert rodents are nocturnal, coming out only at night to avoid the extreme daytime heat. Example: Kangaroo rat.
2. Camels have adapted to the desert by storing water and fat in their humps, which allows them to go for long periods without food or water. Example: Dromedary camel.
3. Desert snakes have adapted to conserve water by not sweating or urinating as much as other snakes. Example: Sidewinder rattlesnake.
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