Surviving in the Simpson Desert By: Kasey S., Kate, and Riley Animals Safe or Not! The Bilby is a desert-dwelling marsupial omnivores; They are very excellent burrowers. SAFE!! Perenties: In 2005, researchers discovered that perenties can be somewhat venomous. NOT!!
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Surviving in the Simpson DesertBy: Kasey S., Kate, and Riley
The Thorny Devil
A raven flying across part of the Simpson Desert
The kangaroo rat is a safe animal to eat, but quite small,
So probably better for a snack!
Baby Bearded Dragons
Lack of water may be a problem for plants growing in the Simpson Desert. The Saguaro Cactus grows flowers and some cacti even grow fruit. Some are non-poisonous and some are.
Rainbow Cricket- Poisonous!
Cone Nose Bug- Poisonous!
The Aborigines have lived in the Simpson Desert for about 40,000 years. If you run into them be friendly and ask them for help. They can make shelters, fires, and spears to help you.
We think it will be a good idea to try to survive in the Simpson Desert. You be just fine, even though it’s hot, you will be just fine!