Most of the plants in the chaparral are shrubs 😊 There are also some small trees 😁 Many of the shrubs and trees in the chaparral are evergreens. They do not lose their leaves for part of the year. These trees have thick leaves that look like leather. These thick leaves are great for keeping your plants healthy. water in the plants. Some shrubs and trees are covered in thorns. These thorns help protect plants against animals who might try to eat them. The thorns of live oak, eucalyptus and sage protect the plants from animals that might eat them. plants that grow In the chaparral. You can find many kinds of animals live Chaparral biome also has them. These animals include wallabies and rabbits as well as a variety of birds. 
PLANTS: Chaparral plants are known for their large hard, sturdy leaves that retain moisture. These plants can also be used to light fires. Plants in the chaparral often have root systems designed to get as much water as possible. Horizontal roots are found under the surface of the soil. surface of the soils and are good at catching water Taproots are able to reach the ground and collect water when rain falls. Chamise, toyon and poison oak and scrub oak are just a few examples of the plants that live in the chaparral. Yucca, other trees, shrubs and cacti also make up the rest. There are plants in the maquis such as myrtle (hawthorn), and broom. Australian mallee, which is primarily made up of dwarfs, is much more open than other chaparral types. eucalyptus trees. The fynbos also consists mainly of shrubs and scrubs like heathers plants and protea plant. 
The chaparral is its best. name from the Spanish word “Chaparro” meaning “scrub oak” which is endemic in regions of chaparral. The chaparral biome is best known in North America, but it can also be found around the globe. It is composed of short shrubs and scrubs. Chaparral has hot summers that can exceed 40° Celsius. These hot summers can last for long periods, making the area prone to many fires that are one of the most distinctive characteristics of chaparral. Chaparral is located in areas with varied terrain, including flat plains and mountain slopes. 
The leaves of these areas developed water-saving strategies, but the roots created strategies that helped them absorb water. We find chaparral plants to have both a thick taproot and dense network of lateral roots near the surface. The roots of some Eucalyptus trees can extend up to 130 feet underground. Burls are thick tubers made of wood from the roots of some shrubs. Burls can withstand being burned in fire because they are thick. Credit to Ayelet Sears, Samut Prakan Thailand, for sharing this information.