Sonoran Babies

Sonoran Babies

Video. Animals thrive in the harsh desert climate.

Grades

3 - 12+

Subjects

Biology, Earth Science, Ecology

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 the remarkable animals of the Sonoran Desert raise their young under extraordinary circumstances, ushering in a new generation that will call the desert home.

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Writer
National Geographic Society
Editor
Jeannie Evers, Emdash Editing, Emdash Editing
Producer
National Geographic Society
other
Last Updated

September 27, 2022

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