The hot desert climate is found around the tropics of Capricorn and Cancer, usually on the west side of continents. Examples are the Thar desert in Pakistan and the Atacama desert in Chile.
This climate has hot or very hot temperatures and is very dry having less than 250mm of precipitation a year.
The vegetation of hot deserts is very sparse due to lack of rain. Some plants have adapted to the conditions by having long roots to search for moisture, and some plants like cacti store water.
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