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Wildflowers and Cactus Page 1
Wildflowers and Cactus (Lara Hartley) Page 2
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Cactus Page 3
Wildflowers and Cactus Flowers (Mel Burke)

Pictures from the Chihuahan Desert, Monclova, Mexico

Desert Landscapes Page 1
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Desert Cemeteries Page 1

Sunsets and Sunrises Page 1
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Unusual Rocks and Geodes

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The Saguaro Video
The Saguaro often begins life in the shelter of a "nurse" tree or shrub which can provide a shaded, moister habitat for the germination of life. The Saguaro grows very slowly -- perhaps an inch a year -- but to a great height, 15 to 50 feet.

The Desert Food ChainDesert Food Chain Video
A food chain constitutes a complex network of organisms, from plants to animals, through which energy, derived from the sun, flows in the form of organic matter and dissipates in the form of waste heat.

Prickly pear cactus Video
Prickly pear cactus are found in all of the deserts of the American Southwest. Most prickly pears have large spines on their stems and vary in height from less than a foot to 6 or 7 feet.




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