Characteristics of BWh Climates
- Temperature: The Annual average temperature is over 18 degrees Celcius (64.4 Degrees Farenheit).
- Precipitation: The annual precipitation is lower than 250 mm.
- Locations: Northern Mexico, Southwestern America, Northern, Southern and Western Africa, Middle East, Western India, and Central and Western Australia.
- Fauna: Coyotes, Rattlesnakes, lizards, hawks, tortoises, and mammals that can withstand the desert climate. For example, Armadillo lizards and Desert rabbits.
- Flora: Most vegetation can't survive the heat of the climate, but some adapted to the environment. Some examples are Barrel cacti, Joshua trees, and Ocotillo.
- There is more evaporation than precipitation in BWh climates
- There are no permanent rivers in these climates.