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Desert Animals. Listen to and read the pages about desert animals. When you have finished reading, click on the tan button to turn the page. This animal looks like an antelope, but lives in the desert. What could it be?. Addax.

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desert animals

Desert Animals

Listen to and read the pages about desert animals. When you have finished reading, click on the tan button to turn the page.


An addax has long horns. No two addax look the same. They all have brown hair, but their skin tones vary. Addax never drink water! Instead they get all the liquid they need from the food they eat.

red kangaroo
Red Kangaroo

Like many desert animals, red kangaroos prefer to sleep in the day, when the desert is at it’s hottest, and wake up at nighttime, when it is actually very cold. That explains why many animals have fur, even in hot deserts.

There are many birds that are able to survive the harsh conditions of the desert. Here is one of them.
desert lark
Desert Lark

The desert larks’ feathers are a light brown color, which means that it is well camouflaged in the desert sand.

This final animal is famous for it’s humps. However, we already know that they do not have water in their humps.

Camels are well suited to survive the conditions of the desert. The hump in their back stores fat – they store water in the lining of their stomachs. Camels have extra long eyelashes to keep the sand out of their eyes, and big flat feet to help them walk through the sand.


Now you are going to imagine that you have been on vacation at the desert. You are going to send a post card to your friends at school. Use the post card template on the next page to tell about the animals you have seen at the desert, and describe what one of them was doing.