how do indegenous people use hot deserts

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  1. hows itused and how would climate change impact this
Posted Fri 1st March, 2013 @ 23:14 by miri

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hey ! r u doing the ocr a geography board.. plz tell me u r .. everybody seems to be doin the ocr b for geography -_-

okay anway here is the answer to your question.. hope it helps :)

1) Bedouins

  It's the tradition to live in deserts.. so they herd animals there.. and they trade goods as well.. sometimes they might even trade their animals for money..Trading the camels can sometimes even give them a supply of 6 month

2) Tubu women 

they travel across the desert to find water and go to markets to trade goods as well.. they use sand dunes and the wind to navigate the way..

3) There is also a tribe called Woddabe .. they are like guys who wear make up and dress up as girls..

The main indigenous tribe you would find in desert is the bedouins

Answered Sat 2nd March, 2013 @ 09:55 by ? Secret - Team GR
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Answered Sat 2nd March, 2013 @ 09:56 by ? Secret - Team GR