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 How are cactuses adapted to their environment?

Answer Cacti do not have spikes to protect them from predators, they have them, believe it or not, to give them shade so that they wouldn't have to use up as much water, the "protect from predators" part ... Read More »
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How is a cactus adapted to its environment?

Why Is the Physical Environment Significant in Creating an Effective Classroom Environment?

The physical environment of a classroom helps to set the tone for the success of your students. Classroom setup is very important, especially for children in younger grades who spend most of the sc... Read More »
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Where are cactuses usually seen?

Cacti are seen in the desert.Cactus of various forms and species grow in desert areas around the world, including South America (Chile, Argentina), the southwestern US (Sonoran desert) and others. ... Read More »
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Why are cactuses prickly?

Cactuses are prickly so the animals stay of the and so the animals can't drink the water out of them!!!
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