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the _____ biome is the driest. Common floras are cacti, and faunas are snakes and lizards.
The Desert biome is the driest. Common floras are cacti, and faunas are snakes and lizards.
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The Desert biome is the driest. Common floras are cacti, and faunas are snakes and lizards.
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