How does a cactus adapt?
That answer is wrong! the roots are just bellow the survice so to soak up as mmuch water as possible when it rains, also they have spikes on their leaves to warn off other prediators not to eeat it. they have thick waxy skin aswell.
all this i know for an absolute fact.
Most cactus are very slow growing, and do not acclimate well to different environments from where they are native. Like most plants, however, they can adapt slightly to different humidity, temperature, soil, sunlight, and water levels. Most cactus need a sunny location and well-draining soil to thrive.