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The Pampas Grassland
ClimateSummer is quite warm; winter is cold and moderate rainfall
RegionNorth Eastern part of Argentina, Uruguay and Southernmost Brazil
FloraShortgrass
FaunaRhea, Pampas Deer, Jaguar, Guanaco, Camel, Mule and Stag
 
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Jaguar
Jaguars are the third biggest and the only big cat in the Americas.  They look much like leopards (leopards live in Africa and Asia), but jaguars’ have complex spots, often with a dot in the centre.
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Guanaco
 
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Pack mules descending from the mountains. Aconcagua National Park
Male Donkey (Father) + Female horse (Mother) = Mule (Offspring)
Mules possess the combined characteristics of both horse and donkey parents to create a tougher, more resilient working animal. A hinny, the offspring of a male horse and female donkey, is much rarer and more closely resembles its mother with the long ears of a donkey.
The Desert
ClimateSummer is hot, and winter is cold
Region
Southern Argentina, Atacama desert, Southern Peru, Northern Chile and Northeast Brazil
FloraScrubs, Cactus, Cacti, Lichens and Acacia
Fauna
Geckos and Iguana
 
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Geckos