How Is A Cactus Suited To Its Environment?


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A cactus is a desert plant uniquely suited to an arid environment.  It has needles instead of leaves, and thus does not give off as much water as leaves do.  It has a fleshy body which stores water the plant can use during dry spells.  You might say it is a marvel of nature.

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