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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?

How do cactuses adapt to their environments?

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How are cacti suited to their environment?

Cacti live in the desert, and as such must prevent the loss of water. They are covered with a waxy substance which keeps the water under the "skin" of the plant. Their "leaves" are in the form of n... Read More »
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How do flowers adapt to their environment?

Flowers adapt in a garden because the soil in which the plant is growing in has a lot of nutrients and if another plant or organism dies, all the nutrients go into the soil and that is what plants ... Read More »
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