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What do droughts do?Edit
Droughts dry up the ground, and the land surrounding it. Aquifers dry, the ground cracks from the heat, and vegetation shrivel and wither. This desroys herbivore's food. Crops die and dust is prominent. Droughts do the worst thing possible: They deprive life of much-needed water.
What can you do?Edit
Anytime, anywhere, have a supple supply of water stored. This is the only way to not be cut off from water.