The Sonoran Desert, stretching from California, to Arizona, to Mexico, is a brutal environment—freezing cold, intense heat, and almost no water. Yet, somehow, a variety of creatures call the desert home and manage to thrive there. Join Wild Chronicles to see how these remarkable animals raise their young under extraordinary circumstances, ushering in a new generation that will call the desert home.
The harsh climate of the Sonoran Desert is home to hundreds of animals. What species are featured in this Wild Chronicles video?
Term Part of Speech Definition Encyclopedic Entry brutal Adjective
extreme, harsh, or cruel.
condition or situation.
area of land that receives no more than 25 centimeters (10 inches) of precipitation a year.
Encyclopedic Entry: desert environment Noun
conditions that surround and influence an organism or community.
unusual or uncommon.
group in a species made up of members that are roughly the same age.
unusual and dramatic.
to develop and be successful.