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the most widespread cactus is prickly pear

no,there would be little change because the cactus wont be able to adapt to the environment.

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there is water inside the cactus shell

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yes a cactus will survive because it stores water in its trunk for when it needs it most

becar many yuse cactus survive in low water also and they can survive without water for many years

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