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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Suitable for teaching 11-16s. Ferne Corrigan takes a close look at how people, plants and animals have adapted to be able to survive the harsh arid conditions of the Arabian Desert. Subscribe for more Geography clips from BBC Teach on Thursdays when we have them in: If you found this video helpful, give it a like. Share it with someone. Add the video to your own teaching playlists. Create an account, subscribe to the channel and create playlists for different age groups, sets and syllabuses. Follow us on Twitter: ===================== A close look at how people plants and animals adapt to live in the Arabian desert. Ferne Corrigan locates hot deserts around the world, describing their location and climatic conditions, before investigating the Arabian desert in Dubai. Focussing on the Arabian desert she looks at adaptations made by bushes and trees that allow them to survive in these extreme conditions. Ferne explains how the Arabian death scorpion has adapted to survive in the desert, and how the fennec fox has adapted to thrive in the arid environment. The adaptations of the camel demonstrate why they are nicknamed the ship of the desert and Ferne explains how Bedouin people have adapted to live in desert conditions. This clip is from the BBC series Physical Geography – Ecosystems and Biomes. For our Physical Geography – Ecosystems and Biomes playlist: For our Geography playlist: For Class Clips users, the original reference for the clip was p03q0qjd. ===================== Teaching Geography? Follow this link for Teacher Notes:–gcse-how-animals-and-people-adapt-in-the-arabian-desert/zrgxpg8 This topic features in secondary geography, and covers the topics: Geography, Ecosystems, Weather and climate. It also features in KS3 and 3rd/fourth level science: Ecosystems and habitats ===================== For more clips from other subjects at the […]

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